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Noah Berger/REUTERS file photosGuy Kleess was guiding the 750-foot-long tanker Overseas Reymar on Jan. 7 when it struck a tower support on the Bay Bridge. The empty vessel did not spill any oil. See a breakdown of pilot incidents below the article.

Pilot who hit Bay Bridge has most incidents from 2009-11

The bar pilot in control of the tanker that struck the Bay…

 

U.S. Coast Guard

Pilot who crashed into Bay Bridge has been involved in three other accidents on Bay

As federal officials began investigating Monday’s crash of an empty tanker into…

 

Barge was intentionally run aground in San Francisco to avoid sinking

A tugboat captain piloting a 230-foot barge intentionally ran the vessel aground…

 

Oil-spills response subject of forum

With all eyes on the Gulf of Mexico’s catastrophic oil spill —…

Bar pilots might be unfit for duty

More than two years after a medically unfit bar pilot plowed a…

Oil spill devastated Bay herring

As San Francisco Bay herring fishermen prepare to sit out the winter…

Chinese Cosco Busan crew to remain in U.S.

Chinese crew members aboard the Cosco Busan container ship when it hit…

Detained Cosco Busan crew member to leave U.S.

Although six Chinese crew members from the container ship that struck the…

On target: Maritime pilot oversight

The state Senate on Thursday approved legislation that would provide greater public…

Ship operators: Pilot’s drug use caused spill

The company that operated the container ship that spilled more than 50,000…