State of Emergency Declared for Oil Spill Off Santa Barbara Coast

State of Emergency Declared for Oil Spill Off Santa Barbara Coast

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Refugio State Beach to remain closed to the public as the cleaning crews are working on the site. Photograph: © SAF – Coastal Care

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The length grew from 4 miles to 9 overnight, an amount that was “more than we anticipated last night,” U.S Coast Guard Capt. Jennifer Williams said…

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California Governor Declares State of Emergency After Santa Barbara Oil Spill, Times

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