More than 1,400 cleaners were combing the coastline and surrounding wetlands of Southern California this weekend, in more than a week of the state’s largest oil spill in recent history. Los Angeles Times.
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big picture: OC Supervisor Katrina Foley reported that LA Times employees had found “14 barrels of tar balls and another quarter-million pounds of oily sand and debris” since the leak. 2 October was confirmed. Many beaches were still partially or completely closed as employees worked Sunday in Orange and San Diego counties, KNBC noted.