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Deepwater Horizon tank washes up in Panama City; Workers promptly remove BP logos

 
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Deepwater Horizon tank washes up in Panama City; Workers promptly remove BP logos
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Deepwater Horizon tank washes up in Panama City; Workers promptly remove BP logos

"A large metal container or storage tank, capable of holding several thousand gallons, washed ashore in the Laguna Beach area of Bay County, Florida Saturday morning. Residents say first crews to the area said they believed the tank, with BP logos, came from the Deep Water Horizon Oil Rig that exploded, burned and sank off the coast of Louisiana 55 days ago. …"

.."it's not known what is inside the tank but the Coast Guard, Bay County Hazmat Teams and The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission sealed off the area for a thousand feet after fumes from the tank were so noxious people began feeling ill. …"

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Re: Deepwater Horizon tank washes up in Panama City; Workers promptly remove BP logos
scratching It doesn't seem like a normal tide could bring that big thing ashore. You would need some pretty deep water to deposit it on shore.
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Re: Deepwater Horizon tank washes up in Panama City; Workers promptly remove BP logos
scratching It doesn't seem like a normal tide could bring that big thing ashore. You would need some pretty deep water to deposit it on shore.
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My thoughts exactly! Smart poster there. There is a more active thread on the topic over here.... Thread: PART OF THE BP RIG ENDED UP ON OUR BEACH TODAY!!! (Page 6)

I support that thread because it was started by locals. :Thumbs-up-Aiwan:

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