SANTA CRUZ, Calif. – Boats aren't being allowed to travel through California's Santa Cruz Harbor as crews work on hauling up sunken boats and removing debris after Friday's tsunami.
A U.S. Coast Guard spokeswoman said Sunday that 18 boats sunk in the harbor, while approximately 100 were damaged.
Petty Officer First Class Rachel Polish says the Coast Guard has established a "safety zone," meaning no vessels are being allowed to move through the harbor, though boat owners are being allowed access to boats docked in the harbor.
Polish says a helicopter crew spotted a "light sheen" Saturday, but there have been no additional reports of pollutants in the water.
She couldn't say when the harbor would re-open to boat traffic.
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