Barge Catches Fire After Collision in Houston Ship Channel -report

A barge carrying one million gallons of petroleum naphtha caught fire and spilled the product into the Houston Ship Channel after colliding with another barge in the Texas waterway early Monday, local news website reported.
According to the report on the website of Houston's Channel 13, an ABC affiliate, The collision occurred around 1:20 a.m. (0620 GMT), when both the barges were being hauled by tug boats and one of the tugs lost power.
Houston's Channel 13 also reported, that the barge that caught fire after being ruptured by the collision had been extinguished by a Houston Fire Department fire boat.