Environmental workers are on the scene after a 30-foot commercial boat sunk in the Monterey Bay harbor this morning. Crews are making sure there are no oil leaks after the boat, named Andrea, was raised today at about 9 a.m. So far, there are no reports of any oiled wildlife, however crews are still monitoring the area. The Monterey County Coast Guard believes the boat had a small leak that went unnoticed by crew members. Nobody was onboard the vessel at the time of the incident.