|Summary of Information|
|Date of incident||January 1, 1965 (re-discovered April 2006)|
|Location||Damon Point State Park, Ocean Shores|
|Status of incident*||Closed|
|Product /Quantity||Heavy fuel oil / 34,500 gallons (total)|
|Recovered product||34,500 gallons|
|Cost Recovery||$ 0; no RP|
|Penalty||$ 0; no RP|
|Cause||Ran aground during storm|
|Responsible party||Search showed last owner died; no person or company identified as RP.|
* NRDA: Natural Resource Damage Assessment
Season 1 - $ 4.53 million Season 2 - $ 2.56 million Total $ 7.09 million
Total reimbursed from National Pollution Fund Center (NPFC) to Ecology = $6.14 million. Note: these funds were expended from the Washington Oil Spill Response Account. Funds reimbursed to Ecology by NPFC were returned to the Oil Spill Response Account.
In addition to Ecology’s costs, the WDNR spent $0.5 million (one time legislative appropriation) for removal & salvage of the steel hull.
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