Davy Crockett Past Incident Reports

(Information on this site was considered to be accurate at the time of posting. PDF Format available.)

The incident reports are progress updates for the Davy Crockett response activities. They are updated as information becomes available from Unified Command.


Incident Report (11.23.11)

Incident Report (10.25.11)

Incident Report (10.15.11)

Incident Report (10.5.11)

Incident Report (9.30.11)

Incident Report (9.28.11)

Incident Report (9.21.11)

Incident Report (9.15.11)

Incident Report (9.6.11)

Incident Report (8.25.11)

Incident Report (8.24-25.11)

Incident Report (8.23.11)

Incident Report (8.22.11)

Incident Report (8.19-20.11 rev.)

Incident Report (8.18.11)

  August 18, 2011 - Deconstruction Update

Incident Report (8.17.11)

  August 17, 2011 - Deconstruction Update

Incident Report (8.16.11)

Incident Report (8.15.11)

Incident Report (8.14.11)

Incident Report (8.13.11)

Incident Report (8.12.11)

  August 12, 2011 - Deconstruction Update

Incident Report (8.11.11)

  August 11, 2011 - Deconstruction Update

Incident Report (8.7-9.11)

Incident Report (8.6.11)

Incident Report (8.5.11)

Incident Report (8.4.11)

Incident Report (8.2-3.11)

Incident Report (8.1.11)

  August 1, 2011 - Deconstruction Update

Incident Report (7.29-30.11 rev)

Incident Report (7.28.11)

Incident Report (7.27.11)

Incident Report (7.26.11)

  July 26, 2011 - Deconstruction Update

Incident Report (7.25.11)

  July 23, 2011 - Deconstruction Update

Incident Report (7.23.11)

Incident Report (7.22.11)

Incident Report (7.21.11)

Incident Report (7.20.11)

Incident Report (7.19.11)

Incident Report (7.18.11)

Incident Report (7.16.11)

  July 16, 2011 - Deconstruction Update

Incident Report (7.15.11)

Incident Report (7.14.11)

Incident Report (7.13.11)

  July 13, 2011 - Deconstruction Update

Incident Report (7.12.11)

Incident Report (7.11.11)

Incident Report (7.9.11)

  July 9, 2011 - Deconstruction Update

Incident Report (7.8.11)

Incident Report (7.7.11)

Incident Report (7.6.11)

  July 6, 2011 - Deconstruction Update

Incident Report (7.5.11)

  July 5, 2011 - Deconstruction Update

Incident Report rev. (6.30-7.1.11)

  June 30, 2011 - Deconstruction Update

Incident Report (6.28-29.11)

Incident Report (6.20-24.11)

Incident Report (6.20.11)

Incident Report (6.18.11)

Incident Report (6.17.11)

Incident Report (6.16.11)

Incident Report (6.15.11)

Incident Report (6.14.11)

Incident Report (6.13.11)

Incident Report (6.11.11)

Incident Report (6.10.11)

Incident Report (6.9.11)

Incident Report (6.8.11)

Incident Report (6.7.11)

Incident Report (6.6.11)

Incident Report (6.2.11)

Incident Report (6.1.11)

Incident Report (5.31.11)

Incident Report (5.27-28.11)

Incident Report (5.23.11)

Incident Report (5.16-23.11)

Incident Report (4.21.11)

Incident Report (4-12-11)

Incident Report (4-8-11 rev.)

Incident Report (3-30-11)

Incident Report (3.21.11)

Incident Report (3.17-19.11)

Incident Report (3.16.11)

Incident Report (3.15.11)

Incident Report (3.14.11)

Incident Report (3.12.11)

Incident Report (3.10.11)

Incident Report (3.9.11)

Incident Report (3.8.11 rev.)

Incident Report (3.7.11 rev.)

Incident Report (3.5.11)

Incident Report (3.3.11)

Incident Report (3.1.11)

Incident Report (2.23.11)

Incident Report (2.17.11)

Incident Report (2.16.11)

Incident Report (2.12.11)

Incident Report (2.8.11)

Incident Report (2.3.11)

Incident Report (2.1.11)

Incident Report (1.31.11)


 

The Columbia River at the former site of the Davy Crockett. The vessel was fully removed from the river on August 25 and the work site cofferdam was fully removed by November 17, 2011.

Metal sheetpile from the deflection wall upstream of the cofferdam being removed as part of the last phase of the Davy Crockett deconstruction project. (10/25/11)

Workers begin the task of removing the metal sheetpile cofferdam at the Davy Crockett work site on the Columbia River. (10/25/11)

Pieces of miscellaneous scrap metal being lifted from the river bottom inside the cofferdam. The metal is being collected by divers during dredging operations. (10/5/11)

Oil sheen and small tar balls visible after a sediment sample is given a “shake test” in clean water. (9/14/11)

Clear water from the water filtration system being discharged back into the cofferdam. (9/3/11)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Worker on inside of cofferdam taking measurements in preparation for relocating command and dive support barges (note the high water mark line from May/June on the cofferdam wall and piling). (8/23/11)

 

 

 

 

 

 

A section of double-bottom tanks from the Davy Crockett is lifted from the river. (8/18/11)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Diver beginning decontamination process. (8/16/11)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Top-side crews collecting oil-contaminated sorbent boom inside the Davy Crockett work site. (8/15/11)

 

 

 

 

 

 

The dive vessel Valkyrie is lifted by crane into the Davy Crockett work site to support sediment sampling inside the cofferdam. (7/27/11)

 

 

 

 

 

 

A front view of the lower half of the bow peak tank that weighs 53,550 pounds. (7/13/11)

 

 

 

 

 

 

A section of deck plate is removed from the bow of the Davy Crockett. (6/29/11)

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Davy Crockett in 2009.
 

SUMMARY INFORMATION

Date of Incident:
Response began January 27, 2011

Project Completed:
November 17, 2011

Location:
North bank of the Columbia River near Camas, Washington

Product/Quantity:
Lubricating oil, bunker oil and diesel.

Cause:
Damaged derelict vessel

Responsible Party:
Federal Oil Spill Liability Trust Fund


MEDIA CONTACT

Washington Dept. of Ecology
Ron Holcomb
Office: 360-407-6373
Cell: 360-951-1669

US Coast Guard
Petty Officer Shawn Eggert
206-819-9154