Environmental officials in Kentucky said on July 8 that they were expecting the alcoholic plume that had killed fish in the Kentucky River to dissipate quickly as it entered the larger Ohio River at..
Credit: Rumble Duration: 00:41Published on July 9, 2019
Thousands of dead fish are turning up in the Kentucky River in the wake of the Jim Beam warehouse fire.
Credit: Geo Beats Duration: 00:39Published on July 8, 2019
A fire at a warehouse containing Jim Beam bourbon, in Versailles, Kentucky, has led to a mass fish kill in the Kentucky River, caused by alcoholic runoff. The Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet..
Credit: Rumble Duration: 01:20Published on July 8, 2019
The recent Jim Beam bourbon warehouse fire destroyed about 45,000 barrels of young bourbon causing alcohol to find it's way into the river. The Commonwealth of Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet..
Credit: WTVQ Lexington, KYPublished on July 6, 2019