Japanese tankers collide

Two Japanese product tanker vessels collided near Keihin Port, Japan on Sunday August 7. One spilled its diesel fuel oil cargo into the bay, according to reports.  The

Keihin Maru 8 remains afloat but flooded off the coast of Kawasaki after its crash with the Eastern Phoenix, and clean-up operations have begun. No casualties have been reported; the Eastern Phoenix sustained minimal damage. The Yokohama Coast Guard attended the incident.