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Reply #9: Spill started in Calhoun County. They're trying to clean it up. [View All]

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knitter4democracy Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Jul-27-10 10:26 PM
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9. Spill started in Calhoun County. They're trying to clean it up.
They've already laid booms down in areas in Calhoun County, but with the massive rains we've had lately, the water current is just too high and strong.
The Enquirer is doing a good job on reporting this.

I saw the governor's helicopter today when my kids and I were leaving Fort Custer (swam in one of the inland lakes not connected to the river). Whenever we passed the river, we saw the oil. It's definitely bad.
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