More Tar Balls Wash Ashore Near New Orleans

US Coast Guard cleans up tar balls on a beach near New Orleans

The BP oil disaster may have faded from the headlines, but it hasn’t faded from the Gulf Coast beaches. The Coast Guard sends out clean-up crews on a regular basis to remove tar balls- clumps of oil- that have washed up on the beaches near New Orleans. This is a clean-up detail on Port Fourchon Beach shot by Petty Officer 3rd Class Anthony Soto and Petty Officer 1st Class Susan Blake.

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