Oil spill causes damage to wildlife

Crude oil covers a seagull in Huntington Beach after an oil spill off the coast of Southern California on Monday. The oil spill was caused by a breach in a pipeline about five miles off the coast of Huntington Beach, spilling at least 126,000 gallons of crude oil, affecting about 13 square miles of the surrounding area, according to the Coast Guard. The cause of the pipeline breach is still under investigation. / photo by William Hardy
Crude oil covers a seagull in Huntington Beach after an oil spill off the coast of Southern California on Monday. The oil spill was caused by a breach in a pipeline about five miles off the coast of Huntington Beach, spilling at least 126,000 gallons of crude oil, affecting about 13 square miles of the surrounding area, according to the Coast Guard. The cause of the pipeline breach is still under investigation. / photo by William Hardy

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