The 60 meter long ro-ro ferry BJL I capsized while moored at the dock in Tanjung Priok, Jakarta, Indonesia. The vessel suffered water ingress on the starboard side of the vessel causing the ferry to develop a 10 degree list. The list increased, but the 85 passengers and crew were able to evacuate to the quay before the BJL I capsized over on her portside hull. No reports of injuries. Reports state some 44 vehicles were on board when the BJL I capsized and some diesel fuel released into the water. Authorities placed an oil boom around the vessel to contain the pollution. The cause of the water ingress is under investigation.