Fuel spill in Horseshoe Bay contained by firefighters
Crews used 6-by-6 metre boom to contain fuel in water
The West Vancouver Fire Department said in a tweet that it has contained the substance with a boom it describes as 20 feet-by-20 feet or six-by-six metres.
It says tanks in the area are thought to be the source of the leak, but have not provided any more information. The tanks have been emptied.
There is no indication how much fuel spilled into the water. Environment Canada is on the scene.
Fuel spill under control. Tanks thought to be the source have been pumped out. Booms holding, Environment Canada on site.—@WestVanFireDept