The container ship that caught fire last week off the Monterey coast was successfully towed Monday to the Port of Oakland.
The NYK Delphinius was towed by a trio of tugboats under the unified command overseeing the incident, according to a press release issued Monday night by the command, which consists of the U.S. Coast guard, state officials and Witt O'Briens, an oil spill management company.
An engine-room blaze on was reported on board the ship about 5 a.m. Friday when the ship was about 50 miles west of Monterey. All 24 crew members aboard were safe and accounted for after the fire, the Coast Guard said.
A trio of tugboats brought the ship to a location off Point Reyes, where investigators inspected the ship for safety and structural integrity before towing.
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The inspection found no signs of pollution, and the press release reported that the cause of the fire is under investigation.