On December 7, the 250 meter long, 62,448 dwt container ship Hanjin Aqua ran aground off Sangiang Island, Indonesia. The Hanjin Aqua was en route to Jakarta from Adelaide, Australia with 2300 containers when it struck bottom in the Sunda Strait. The container ship had its hull scrape against the rocky bottom causing multiple ballast tanks to be breached. No reports of injuries or pollution released. Authorities have launched an investigation into the incident.