Oil Spill in Port Clyde 

Work is underway to contain an oil spill off Port Clyde.Last night a fishing boat sank while docked.It’s believed that the boat held a thousand gallons of diesel fuel.Maine Department of Environmental Protection crews have put containment booms in place and are also using special pads to help absorb the fuel.We’re told the pads so far have removed about about 15 gallons of fuel from the water.The DEP has been assisted by the United States Coast Guard, Maine Department of Marine Resources and the Department of Agriculture.