Coastal erosion uncovers oil buried on Gorleston beach in 1978, UK

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Jan
4

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Gorleston-on-Sea, Great Yarmouth, England. Photo source: ©© pyntomyld

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Coastal erosion is to blame for exposing oil that was buried on a Norfolk beach almost 40 years ago. The oil was originally washed ashore from a tanker, the Eleni V, which sank off the coast in 1978….

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