The 82 meter long, 2694 dwt freighter Wilson Mosel allided with the quay at Papenburg, Germany. The vessel was departing from the port bound for Rotterdam when it struck the pier. The Wilson Mosel suffered a gash in the hull with some 200 liters of diesel fuel was release into the harbor. The local fire brigade deployed an oil boom to contain the spill. No reports of injuries. Reports state the cause of the allision was due to human error. The master and the 1st mate of the Wilson Mosel was fine 1000 Euros. The vessel was allowed to leave port the next day.