BAYPORT, Texas (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — Health officials in Texas are advising people not to fish or eat seafood from parts of some Houston-area bays as cleanup continues following last week’s tanker and barges accident that caused a toxic leak.

An official with the Texas Department of State Health Services on Tuesday said the advisory involves portions of Galveston and Trinity bays. Water sample results are pending.

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The agency closed private oyster harvesting areas in Galveston Bay following Friday’s collision along the Houston Ship Channel near Bayport. The accident involved a tanker, a tugboat and two barges, including one leaking about 9,000 barrels of a gasoline blend stock into the water.

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Coast Guard spokesman Greg Beuerman said Tuesday that cleanup continues using booms and skimmers. The Houston Ship Channel fully reopened Monday afternoon.

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