About 1553 on April 6, 2015, bulk carrier Privocean broke free from its moorings at Convent Marine Terminal, located at mile marker 161 on the Lower Mississippi River during high water conditions. The ship drifted across the river and collided with tanker Bravo, moored at the Ergon-St. James Terminal. Tugboat Texas, which had been assisting the Privocean, was pinned between the ships as they collided. All three vessels, the dock at the terminal, and deck equipment on three other tugboats sustained damage totaling about $11 million. About 10 barrels of fuel oil spilled into the river, and four crewmembers aboard the Texas sustained minor injuries.