“Oil buried up to FIVE feet deep” on Florida beach reports local news (VIDEO)


Serious effort to remove buried oil, WEAR, November 17, 2010:

If you head out to Pensacola Beach this weekend... you'll see a lot of heavy equipment near the entrance to Fort Pickens.

It's part of a serious effort to remove buried oil. ...

Rick Pierce of Pace brought his friends down to see the beach... what they found.... looked like a construction site. ... these crews were digging out oil buried up to five feet deep.

Watch video here.

3 comments to “Oil buried up to FIVE feet deep” on Florida beach reports local news (VIDEO)

  • Gypsea

    A relative,who worked as a foreman(forewoman,actually),told me all about this atrocity of not being allowed to dig up buried oil(if they did they were fired on the spot).It's all about billable hrs. and how the subcontractors are milking it for all it's worth.It's more & more money they will continue to make while robbing the fishermen of their just dues.
    It's "Corporate America" at it's best!

  • jack soon

    Here is a news flash for all the "SHEEPLE" in Pensacola who think "it is wonderful that the beaches are being cleaned and ready for spring break."

    IT AIN'T GOING TO HAPPEN....THE GULF IS DESTROYED....keep watching the main stream media....and keep voting for the same losers in your state and in Washington...I don't care Republican or Democratic OR Democratic or Republican...nothing is going to get fixed until we get send both parties home. Both parties are bought and paid for by wall st. and big corps.

  • xdrfox

    How do they intend to keep these chemicals and heavy metals out of our aquifers or treating the water ???

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