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Oil slick, near Angel Island, with boats and booms attempting oil recovery from the San Francisco Bay with hazmat team on shore removing oil from shoreline. They are responding to the 58,0000 gallons of oil spilled on November 7, 2007.
Aerial View of Oil Spill Clean Up Over San Francisco Bay near Angel Island State Park. Oil slick with boats and booms used to try to recover of some of the 58,0000 gallons of oil spilled on November 7, 2007, resulting from Hanjin Shipping's 65,131-ton Cosco Busan container ship collision with the Oakland-Bay Bridge, San Francisco Bay, California. The largest oil spill in San Francisco Bay in more than a decade.
Hazmat team also seen on shore removing oil from shoreline.
Photo made in collaboration with Lighthawk.

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