Portuguese oil tanker that ran aground Sunday morning
near northeast China's Dalian Port
is out of danger Monday afternoon after 28 hours of rescue efforts.
The local maritime bureau said the Arteaga,
carrying 119,574 tons of crude oil,
ran aground around 11 a.m. near the new port of Dalian.
The provincial maritime rescue center organized rescue operations,
successfully helping unstrand the tanker at 2:50 p.m., Monday,
after unloading nearly 10,000 tons of crude oil from it.
The tanker docked at Dalian Port at 5:00 p.m.