Tanker has boiler fire at Port of Alaska, no injuries, spills

Nov 20 2022


Oil products tanker Atlantic Lily suffered a boiler fire onboard while delivering fuel to Petroleum, Oil and Lubricants

Anchorage, AK ­– Oil products tanker Atlantic Lily suffered a boiler fire onboard while delivering fuel to Petroleum, Oil and Lubricants Terminal 1 (POL1) at Port of Alaska in Anchorage on Friday, Nov. 18, 2022, at about 10:08pm/2208 hours. The incident caused a blast and brief stack flare that was audible and visible for some distance around the port. No injuries or spills occurred.

 

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