“It’s actually quite a good save because all the boats are close together,” Dewberry said. “I’d estimate it’s more than $1 million worth of damage to the three boats.”
Hazmat firefighters, liaising with the Environment Protection Authority, also established a boom to contain leaking fuel, oil and other contaminants as the boats themselves are carrying 1000 litres of fuel.
“The fuel load in these boats is quite…
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