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A year later, the Huntington Beach oil spill still is being felt

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A year after it happened, more or less, the exact anniversary of the 2021 oil spill near Huntington Beach remains a subject of controversy. The actual damage from the spill, at least as measured by the amount of harmful, smelly crude still left in local estuaries, and in terms of the money lost by locals who depend on fishing or tourism to pay their rent is still being hashed out in a cluster of civil lawsuits.
2 months ago·Huntington Beach, United States

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