MONTEREY (BCN/CBS SF) — A container ship off the coast of Monterey had an engine fire early Friday, but no injuries have been reported as a result of the blaze, according to the U.S. Coast Guard.

The fire was reported early Friday morning on the NYK Delphinus, which was bound for the Port of Oakland.

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There were 24 crew members aboard the ship, authorities said. The Coast Guard sent a boat and two helicopter crews to the area. The aircrew arrived on scene shortly before 9:30 a.m. and transferred a dewatering pump to the Delphinus crew.

Resolve Marine, a maritime emergency response company, contracted five tugboats to assist the NYK Delphinus.

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The U.S. Coast Guard Pacific Southwest Twitter account posted photos and information shortly after noon

The Coast Guard, the state of California and Resolve Marine established a unified command for the response, with a focus on “the safety and well-being of the crew, controlling the fire, and mitigating pollution,” the Coast Guard said in a news release.

No other details about the fire were immediately released.

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