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Wreck of the New Carissa
oil tanker that wrecked on the coast of Oregon
Shipwreck of the New Carissa (0.01 mi / 0.01 km)
Town of Coos Bay (4.84 mi / 7.79 km)
Cottage Grove Community Hospital (69.57 mi / 111.96 km)
Cottage Grove State Airport (69.93 mi / 112.54 km)
Mahlon Sweet Airport (74.09 mi / 119.24 km)
Valley River Center Mall (75.97 mi / 122.26 km)
Autzen Stadium (77.05 mi / 124.00 km)
Marathon Coach (81.13 mi / 130.57 km)
Emergency Vehicle training course at Corvallis Airport (91.50 mi / 147.25 km)
Corvallis Airport (91.56 mi / 147.35 km)
From: tedderHere's some more information on this.
Tue Sep 13 17:02:34 -0700 2005
A great summary is available at mcgraw-hill.
Part of the ship was sunk by the USS Bremerton on March 11, 1999.
The main Portland paper, The Oregonian, has a great online section about this wreck (registration required).
Oregon's Department of Environmental Quality (somewhat like the EPA) has some information on this, but it is mainly about how this type of problem will be prevented in the future.
I think the stern is still sitting a few feet from the beach- it certainly was for a few years. The owners were threatened with legal action, but I've had trouble finding current information on this.