Oil Spill Florida

June 6, 2010 by Post Team 

Oil Spill Florida:Oil Spill tar balls and Pensacola Florida sugar sand beaches. The oil spill is close to Pensacola Florida and many people today might be getting smaller tar balls from the sugar sand beaches. The beaches in the area have not been closed yet, but health department officials are to monitor the situation and ensure that water remains safe to go to the beach many customers.

Of course, even if the water is “safe” there are some people who do not want to swim with the tarballs. We can not say I blame them, either. Even if small source files at this time, it displays a much larger problem is happening.

Florida is the fourth state to be affected by the spill, which began after the drilling rig in deep water, Transocean Horizonte erupted in April. The most affected state is Louisiana, but not as much of the Gulf of Mexico is safe from the tide at this time.

Many are concerned over oil spill into the circuit. Then, the oil would be taken from the Gulf and vomited all over the Eastern seaboard – the possibility of all the way to North Carolina.

Source: USA Today

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