Each collision, grounding, stranding, or other marine peril sustained or caused by
a vessel on which there was employed a licensed state pilot or certificated deputy
pilot shall be reported to the office of the board or the piloting consultant within
48 hours of the occurrence. In addition, a written report shall be submitted to the department on forms and
in the manner prescribed by the department within 7 days of the occurrence. However, any marine incident involving oil spillage, pollution, physical injury,
or death shall be reported to the board or the piloting consultant by telephone or
telegram within 24 hours of the occurrence in addition to submission of the required
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