State of emergency declared over California oil spill

Blue and Green: Thousands of gallons of oil have flown into the ocean and on the beach near Santa Barbara on Tuesday, after a pipeline rupture. Environmentalists and citizens fear the impact of the spill on the ecosystem and tourism. Up to 105,000 gallons of crude were lost during the spill, of which about 21,000 gallons went into the ocean, according to the US coast guard. While emergency teams and volunteers have joined forces to clean up the beach, California Governor Jerry Brown declared the state of emergency......

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