SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – A container ship was stuck in the Savannah River Tuesday, according to the U.S. Coast Guard.

Officials said seven tugboats were used to free the Maersk Surabaya, which had run aground.

The Coast Guard was notified at 6:09 p.m. on Tuesday via the vessel.

According to MarineTraffic, the vessel’s current draught — or depth of water needed to float the ship — is 12.4 meters (roughly 40 feet).

The ship, built in 2006, originated from the Port of Charleston, MarineTraffic reported.

The Coast Guard temporarily closed the waterway with the cooperation of port pilots and there was no impact to other commercial traffic.

No injuries or pollution was reported in the incident, the Coast Guard said.

Coast Guard Marine Safety Unit Savannah is investigating.