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MUMBAI: A foreign cargo ship, which collided with another vessel about 10 km off Mumbai harbour, tilted further spilling oil for the third day today as Navy and Coast Guard made hectic efforts to contain the leak.
" MSC Chitra has tilted 80 degrees and the total oil spill is nearly 50 tonnes, Arun Singh, Commandant (Operations), Coast Guard said.
He said so far, 300 containers carrying oil have tumbled into the water.
A worried Chief Minister Ashok Chavan said, "This is a serious issue. We have already filed cases against the captains of the two ships which are from abroad. Today
Originally posted by StealthKix
The coast guard is using several ships and two helicopters spraying oil dispersant in an effort to limit the spill.
I wonder which dispersant is actually being used. Could it be COREXIT 9500 again.