Tuesday, October 12, 2010

“Fresh oil coming ashore” and liquid oil under surface — “Very frightening” (VIDEO)

Oil still in coastal Terrebonne marshes, WWL, October 11, 2010:

[A] disturbing sight on the shoreline: the edge of the marsh dead, with black clumps of oil tangled in the grass, strangling it. …

Russell Dardar of the Pointe-Au-Chien Indian tribe says neighbors are still finding fresh oil coming ashore, but what adds to the worry are the places where older oil is continuing to damage the marsh. Under the hard black surface is still liquid oil that coats gloves, and plants.

“Oil this thick right here, all through these grasses,” said Russell. “Further in, that’s all oil, and that’s the next grass that is going to die.”

READ MORE AND SEE THE VIDEO HERE:

http://www.floridaoilspilllaw.com/indian-tribe-fresh-oil-coming-ashore-liquid-oil-surface-very-frightening-video

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