Oil spill off Southern California

At least 126,000 gallons of oil spilled into the waters off Orange County, according to a statement from the city of Huntington Beach. The oil created a miles-wide sheen in the ocean and washed ashore in sticky, black globules along with dead birds and fish. Crews led by the U.S. Coast Guard deployed skimmers and floating barriers known as booms to try to stop further incursion into the wetlands and the Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve. Photos, >click to read< 13:55

3 Responses to Oil spill off Southern California

  1. STRIPEDBASSHOLE says:

    Whatever you do don’t call Calamity Jane!!!
    Regards,
    –SBH–

  2. STRIPEDBASSHOLE says:

    #THEMOSTDANGEROUSWOMANONTHEPLANET

    • - Moderator says:

      Who knows how much damage she will do under this inept administration. “The White House has appointed Jane Lubchenco, a well-known marine scientist at Oregon State University and former head of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, to a high-level position coordinating climate and environmental issues within its Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP). The announcement scheduled for Friday marks another step in the Biden administration’s all-of-government approach to tackling climate change. What bullshit. SEARCH RESULTS FOR: JANE LUBCHENCO http://fisherynation.com/?s=Jane+Lubchenco

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