The 145 meter long, 7341 dwt ro-ro cargo vessel Volcán de Teneguía became disabled off Gran Canaria, Canary Islands. The vessel was en route to Santa Cruz from Cádiz when it suffered a fire in the engine room. The crew was able to contain the fire quickly, but the fire had damaged the main engine. Without power the Volcán de Teneguía went adrift. Authorities dispatched response vessels to the scene. The pollution control vessel Miguel de Cervantes arrived on scene and took the cargo vessel under tow. The vessels proceeded to Las Palmas, Gran Canaria where it arrived the following day. No reports of injuries or pollution released.