Unified Command continues investigation of oiled wildlife on St. Lawrence Island, Alaska

Unified Command continues investigation of oiled wildlife on St. Lawrence Island, Alaska
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — The Unified Command consisting of the Coast Guard, the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation and the U.S. Department of Fish and Wildlife continues to work with the communities of Gambell and Savoonga to investigate reports of oiled wildlife on the coast of St. Lawrence Island, Thursday. The UC determined that there is not an active spill near St. Lawrence Island but...

Unified Command continues investigation of oiled wildlife on St. Lawrence Island, Alaska

Unified Command continues investigation of oiled wildlife on St. Lawrence Island, Alaska
ANCHORAGE, Alaska – The Unified Command consisting of the Coast Guard, the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation and communities of Gambell and Savoonga continues to investigate the reports of oiled wildlife on the coast of St. Lawrence Island, Friday. The Coast Guard, ADEC and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service have deployed investigators to St. Lawrence, to work with local guides to conduct...

Crews investigating reports of oiled wildlife on St. Lawrence Island

Crews investigating reports of oiled wildlife on St. Lawrence Island
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — The Coast Guard, the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation and the mayors of Gambell and Savoonga established a unified command to investigate reports of oiled wildlife on the coast of St. Lawrence Island, Thursday. An HC-130 Hercules airplane crew from Coast Guard Air Station Kodiak with a pollution observer aboard is scheduled to conduct an aerial survey of the area...