The US Coast Guard says power has been restored on a container ship that was drifting without power off the Oregon Coast Southwest of the Columbia River mouth. The engine reportedly lost power Sunday morning about 12 miles from the river's entrance. Coast Guard officials say the vessel’s engineer restored power at about 3:30 PM. The ship was escorted to the river by a tug. Petty Officer Nate Littlejohn says no fuel was spilled in the incident.