Multiple boats of fishermen sickened on November 1 -- One still hospitalized after "bleeding in his esophagus"


BP Blamed for Toxification, by Dahr Jamail, November 8, 2010:

James Miller, a commercial shrimper, lifelong fisherman in Mississippi and former BP oil response worker, is horribly sick.

"I've been vomiting, my head feels like it's going to explode, diarrhoea, and I keep passing out," Miller, who worked in BP's so-called Vessels of Opportunity (VOO) oil response programme, said from his bed at Biloxi Regional Hospital on November 5.

Four days earlier, Miller, his wife and dog were boating on the Gulf of Mexico near one of Mississippi's barrier islands when all three of them fell ill. "My wife and I felt the chemicals immediately and my dog even started hacking like he was trying to cough up a bone," Miller explained.

Later that day he began vomiting and experiencing a severe headache and diarrhoea. Then on November 4 he passed out in the shower. Concerned by his uncontrollable nausea and bleeding in his esophagus, his wife took him to the emergency room. ...

Miller's friend, Chris Balius, also a former VOO worker, was in a boat near Miller's on that same day out on the Gulf. "I was hit by it too," Balius explained. "Headache, nausea, diarrhoea, and now my eyesight is failing. When I was in the VOO programme, I had to let someone else run my boat after 30 days because I got so sick. Every time I go on the water I get sick, so I no longer go, and don't allow my family to go anymore."

Read the article here: BP Blamed for Toxification

See also: Toxicologist dealing with “people who’s esophaguses are dissolving… these people have oil in their bodies” (VIDEO)

2 comments to Multiple boats of fishermen sickened on November 1 -- One still hospitalized after "bleeding in his esophagus"

  • nosiverspoon

    July 2, 1980; Industrial Union vs American Petroleum: OSHA lost appeal to declare safety regulations concerning exposure limits. Judge said limits were deemed "too low". Don't wave your american flag, burn it.....

  • nosiverspoon

    All MSDS sheets available online appear to be modified related to oil and it's heath effects. Here is one from CANADA that appears to be valid [and scary] concerning the horrible effects of crude. Google Irvingoil.com-click refinery MSDS on left side of home page-type 'crude oil' in search box-Material Data Safety Sheet will be first on the results page.

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