Divers and specialized crews successfully pumped out all the residual fuel from the wreck of Agia Zoni II on Friday.
The fuel from the small tanker sank earlier this month near Salamis, south of Athens was transferred to other ships for disposal.
Fuel from the tanker coated many beaches in the Saronic Gulf. Scientists warn that the oil spill will remain in the food chain for years.
Scientists point out that with the emulsification of oil, various harmful substances have been passed on to the fish meat, and shellfish, and they warn consumers to avoid any seafood that remotely smells of oil.
This is the first video from the wreck of Agia Zoni II.
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