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

2

WKRG: We delivered the samples to Bob Naman, a local chemist with nearly 30 years of experience and the WKRG tests of more BP Gulf Oil Spill sands were the most toxic yet registering up to 281 ppm as an INFANT crawls in highly toxic puddle while family watches

All I can say is GO WRKG. It is about time a news station started doing some real investigative journalist instead of running constant sock puppet headlines being pushed out by the BP PR team

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)

Categories: BP GULF OIL SPILL

Write a Comment

Your e-mail address will not be published.
Required fields are marked*