This has been really interesting to try and follow the past 36 hours. While 4 crew remained missing initially, this morning the USCG was able to make contact with them in the vessel's engine room and all 4 were confirmed alive and doing OK. The salvage of this one is going to be a fascinating undertaking, especially as all cargo will have to be surveyed to determine what's broken free from the lashings and how the stability is affected. The Port of Brunswick being closed for any significant amount of time presents a pretty significant challenge to the auto import/export industry. It's one of the largest vehicle processing ports in the US by volume, which averages out to about 1600 vehicles per day.