Crews have finished removing 320-thousand gallons of oil and water from a capsized cargo ship off the coast of Georgia.
That’s according to the St. Simons Sound Unified Command Team.
The Golden Ray has been resting on its side in the shallow water of St. Simons Sound since early September.
The crew — rescued in the following days…
In October, St. Simons Unified Command said it planned to disassemble the vessel and remove it from the water in sections once the fuel was removed.
Crews are now working to remove the propeller, propeller shaft and rudder.