Oil Spill in Jamaica Bay

Oil Spill in Jamaica Bay

Rockaway Pollution Patrol officers check the oil containment boom surrounding a 61-foot fishing boat that sank at its Queens mooring, spilling about 2,000 gallons of diesel fuel into New York's Jamaica Bay on July 25, 1993. Efforts are underway to clean up the light ìsheenî of oil covering about a quarter-mile section of water, said officials. (AP Photo/Monika Graff)

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