The Coast Guard's response to the derelict ship "Davy Crockett," stuck on the Columbia River is moving forward. They've gotten approval to tap into federal money under the oil spill liability fund. Lt. Charles Taylor with the Coast Guard says it's money that the Federal Government and the Coast Guard can tap into to use in the event that responsible parities are wither unwilling or unable to provide services to clean up on their own. He says a contracted salvage company will dismantle the ship over the next few weeks. Meanwhile a federal investigation into what led to the ship's sinking is underway.