Authorities say a container ship has run aground off Norway's southwestern coast, leaving a film of oil in the surrounding waters.
Rescue service spokesman Nils-Ole Sunde said Saturday all 14 crew members, from Russia, Ukraine and the Philippines, were unharmed.
Then Antigua-registered ship has 280,000 liters of oil and 67,000 liters of diesel on board. Sunde says "we haven't been able to confirm (a leak), but there's a film of oil on the water."
He says it does not appear the ship is at risk of sinking.
It was not immediately clear what caused the 400-foot (123-meter) long Celina to hit the ground near the town of Maaloeya, some 170 miles (270 kilometers) north of Bergen, late Friday.