Hazmat leader: “Large bones” washing up at low tide, “mammal bones, turtle bones”; “A lot of large fish — dead on the beach” (VIDEO)


The emergency management director is Hancock County, Mississippi says the "oil is there, you just can't see it," Fox 8 New Orleans reports.

He said it took just 3 days for 1,000 pounds of tar balls to accumulate on a rock jetty.

The Hancock County Hazmat lead liaison said, "We've seen a lot of large fish since this has happened that are dead on the beach.  We're seeing large bones like on days that are low tides like tonight.. mammal bones, turtle bones."

Fox 8 adds, "Emergency managers and fishermen want to know what's causing this."

Please read the full report: http://www.fox8live.com/news/local/story/Disturbing-discovery-of-crabs-filled-with-black/u9ns1CCar026biq8QJdofw.cspx

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