The inland tanker Vialis was reported as broke in two in the Caland Canal, Netherlands. The Vialis had moored alongside to bunker the 128 meter long, 13000 dwt tanker Marida Mimosa when the vessel broke up. Authorities responded by placing oil barriers were positioned around the Vialis to prevent the spread of pollution. A second inland tanker was brought in and pumped out the remaining diesel fuel from the Vialis. An oil response vessel is onsite and is proceeding to clean up the released oil. The cause to why the inland tanker broke-in-two has not yet been determined.