The New Orleans Coast Guard reacts to an oil discharge near Kenner, La

Jul 30 2022


Coast Guard Sector New Orleans personnel respond to a discharge of oil on the Lower Mississippi River near Kenner. The tanker ship Hafnia Rhine discharged an estimate of 2,100 gallons of oil before its crew secured the source of the discharge.

NEW ORLEANS- Coast Guards from the New Orleans watchstanders responded to an oil discharge from a tanker ship yesterday on the lower Mississippi River near Kenner, La.

 

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