Anybody who is trying to help clean up the spill is in danger I think. The oil spill in China is a good example of this, as someone died trying to stop the underwater pump.
Agree with the above. Those who have helped in the cleanup process have already reported health problems.
Additional to the health risks, residents along the Gulf coast are at risk of losing their livelihoods. With oil washing up on the shore of Gulf coast beaches, people who directly rely on revenue from tourism or revenue from exporting seafood are at risk of losing their incomes. The negative externalities associated with this oil spill will continue to unveil as more oil spreads into the Gulf and more people are effected.
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