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California Senator Dianne Feinstein issues statement on Chevron oil spill

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California Senator Dianne Feinstein issues statement on Chevron oil spill

California Senator Dianne Feinstein issues statement on Chevron oil spill

This morning California Senator Dianne Feinstein expressed her concern over a massive oil spill here in Kern County.

That spill by Chevron leaked hundreds of thousands of gallons of oil since May in the McKittrick area.

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California Senator Dianne Feinstein issues statement on Chevron oil spill

EXPRESSING HER CONCERN OVER AMASSIVE OIL SPILL HERE IN KERNCOUNTY.THAT SPILL BY CHEVRON LEAKINGNEARLY 570 THOUSANDGALLONS OF OIL SINCE MAY IN THEMCKITTRICK AREA.FEINSTEIN RELEASING A STATEMENTTHIS MORNING SAYINGIN PART QUOTE..."I'M EXTREMELY CONCERNED BYCHEVRON'S HUGE OIL SPILL OUTSIDEBAKERSFIELD AND THAT IT REMAINEDUNKNOWN TO THE PUBLIC FOR TWOMONTHS.

...SHE WENT ON TO SAY...THE COMPANY AND THE STATE NEEDTO ENSURE THAT THIS SPILL ISCONTAINED AND CLEANED UP ASQUICKLY AS POSSIBLE ANDTHAT ANOTHER SPILL DOESN'TOCCUR."END QUOTE.FOR THE FIRST TIME IN




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