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Investigation into the case of oil spill completed in Vladivostok
In Vladivostok, an inquiry has been completed on the case of oil pollution in the Golden Horn Bay. An employee of a bunkering and cleaning station is accused of pollution of the marine environment.
According to the press service of the Vladivostok LU of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia in transport, the 34-year-old employee of the station was engaged in pumping fuel oil from the cars to the ship. However, he violated the rules for loading fuel.
After opening the valves, he left the station, but the tank overflowed and an oil spill occurred. More than 200 liters of fuel got into the water area of the Amur Bay.
The criminal case was sent to the prosecutor's office for confirmation of the indictment. The maximum punishment for such a crime is arrest for up to four months.