Longliner cleaned up, wreck removal under way, Pacific
Longliner Sea Hawk No.68 ran aground on May 22 in American Samoa, Pacific ocean, on the reef of the airport. 22 crew swam to the shore, all were safe. Removal of fuel and other pollutants was completed by June 3, vessel found to be safe from possible pollutions. Owner of the vessel has contracted Houston Texas Mammoet Salvage Company for wreck removal. On a USCG photo grounded Sea Hawk No.68.
Longliner Sea Hawk No.68, Call sign BJ4958, gt 99, built 2007, flag Taiwan