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Oil spill scares South Korea

A Samsung-Corp sea vessel slammed into a 146,000 ton Hong Kong registered oil tanker in South Korea Friday, according to the AP.
No one died in the accident, but South Korea sent dozens of ships from its coast guard to try to contain the 2.7 million gallons of oil that spilled, trying to keep it from reaching an “ecologically sensitive shoreline on the west coast.�