WKRG tests more Gulf sand: MOST OIL YET, at 281 ppm — INFANT crawls in highly toxic puddle while family watches (VIDEO)


News Five Investigates: Oil Hiding In Sand, WKRG Mobile, AL, August 2, 2010 at 10:38 p.m. EDT:

Transcript Summary

WKRG: We delivered the samples to Bob Naman, a local chemist with nearly 30 years of experience on the Gulf Coast.

WKRG: Infant crawls in puddle with 142 ppm oil as family watches

WKRG: Gulf Shores, AL sand tests the highest of any testing done by WKRG since oil disaster: 281 parts per million.

Chemist Bob Naman: "It's all in the sand."

Naman: People should be warned and levels should be investigated.

Naman: There could be areas out there "much higher than this."

Naman: This should be a red flag for beachgoers.

Original WKRG report: Water “sample exploded” when chemist tested for oil; “Most likely” methane or Corexit (VIDEO)

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