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FEMA has plans to evacuate the Tampa Bay area in the event of a controlled burn of surface oil in the Gulf of Mexico, or if wind or other conditions are expected to take toxic fumes through Tampa Bay, according to a report by Maryann Tobin in the Hernando County Political Buzz Examiner. Tobin has been a freelance writer for more than twenty years, writing for local publications in New York and Florida.
Maryann Tobinís news story has generated high reader interest. Itís obvious that the Gulf oil spill continues to be the leading story in the media as long as the oil well remains uncapped and the threat of exposure to environmental hazards like benezene exists.
For Maryann Tobinís news story on the FEMA plan to evacuate Tampa, see: Florida Gulf oil spill: Plans to evacuate Tampa Bay area are in place - examiner.com
Maryann Tobin has been following the BP oil spill with a series of short, hard hitting news stories for weeks. Click on this link for access to some of Tobinís news stories on the Gulf spill: Search Results for "mary ann tobin gulf oil" - examiner.com
My guess if forced to, FEMA may use their hurricane evacuation plan for Tampa. Tobin reported that, ďplans would be announced in the event of a controlled burn of surface oil in the Gulf of Mexico, or if wind or other conditions are expected to take toxic fumes through Tampa Bay.Ē
If youíre a conspiracy advocate and Iím not, you may see some devious FEMA plot to do away with people. In fact, if the crude oil nears Tampa Bay and burn off is used on the oil spill, there may be health risk of inhalation exposure to inhabitants. It follows that evacuation as in the case of a hurricane is a logical alternative.