After yesterday's fog-induced Cosco Busan/Bay Bridge crash -- resulting in 58,000 gallons of fuel and 8,000 gallons of "heavy-duty bunker fuel oil" spilling into the Bay -- Baker Beach, Crissy Field, China Beach, Kirby Cove, and Fort Point beaches (or "beaches" to some of you purists out there) have been closed.

Large blobby slicks as big as 50 yards long and 20 yards wide have been spotted off Tiburon and near Mill Valley's Bayfront Park. And oil was found just off the Embarcadero yesterday. The Chronicle reports that "[r]epresentatives from 13 agencies are meeting at Fort Mason this morning to discuss the next steps...the Coast Guard launched at first light today to check for sheen in the water and to track the flow of oil."