Feds Consider Charges in San Francisco Spill Over the weekend, cleanup crews intensified their efforts to mitigate the impact of last week's oil spill in San Francisco Bay. Much of the area's iconic shoreline is covered with a layer of crude. Federal investigators are considering whether to file criminal charges against the freighter's crew.
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Feds Consider Charges in San Francisco Spill

Feds Consider Charges in San Francisco Spill

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Over the weekend, cleanup crews intensified their efforts to mitigate the impact of last week's oil spill in San Francisco Bay. Much of the area's iconic shoreline — and the wildlife that normally thrives there — is covered with a layer of crude.

The oil spilled from a freighter that hit the Bay Bridge in thick fog, and federal investigators are considering whether to file criminal charges against the freighter's crew.