Black, Slimy, Foamy Water, Hundreds Dead Fish Mystery In Louisiana

, Human Rights Examiner

Black, slimy, foamy water emptying into Gulf of Mexico

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Hundreds of dead fish and black water have led a multi-agency investigation team to a submerged pipeline in Louisiana’s Washington Parish along Pearl River that flows into the Gulf of Mexico but investigators now want to know what is in the black water, draining into the Gulf of Mexico dead zone stench and suffocation, topic of a recent conference.

‘There’s got to be something wrong with the bayou,’ said Mike Tardo, owner of Tardo Hair Designs, 601 W. Second St. in Thibodaux earlier on Wednesday after hundreds of dead fish and turtles had been reported on Monday and Tuesday prompting a Louisiana and Mississippi multi-agency investigation.

The Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) reported to WWLTV that “effects from the water” are seen all the way to Walkiah Bluff, Miss., 40-50 miles down river.

Officials had said water out of the pipeline, just above Richardson Landing, leading to Temple Inland paper mill is making the water black and filmy according to WWL but whether the mill is the cause is yet to be determined.

 

 

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