Hurricane Sally Dumped 5 Miles Of Oil Across This Florida Beach (PHOTOS)
Miles of The Panhandle are covered in oil.
Extreme flooding and damage to infrastructure were widespread across Florida’s panhandle after the Category 2 storm, and now,after Hurricane Sally.
Pensacola News Journal reported that the U.S. Coast Guard witnessed a 5-mile stretch of Johnson Beach on Perdido Key splattered with oil weeks after .
U.S. Coast Guard Petty Officer Dustin Williams explained to the Pensacola News Journal that they’d discovered the spill over the weekend.
Samples of the oil were collected, and while the source is still unknown, it is speculated that it is actually remnants of a spill from 2010.
The submerged oil that Deepwater Horizon oil spill in 2010, or a different spill altogether.agitated to the surface may have been from the
The Coast Guard andpark service are working diligently to remove the debris from .
Pensacola News Journal quoted Janice Gilley, Escambia County Administrator, explaining that the debris looked like tarballs that had been liquified by the sun.
While it is unknown just how much oil was deposited onto the sand, it has impacted about 5 miles of.