California Governor Gavin Newsom Discusses Response To Oil Spill Near Huntington Beach

There is currently a crisis in South California due to an oil spill. The oil spill has taken place near Huntington Beach. Governor Gavin Newsom immediately reach the place and addressed the press regarding the steps that will be taken by his administration to tackle the issue. He thanked the different agencies who came to the site within a short span of time to clean up the mess. Furthermore, he said, “I thank all the federal, state and local responders who have mobilized to protect communities and the environment along California’s world-renowned coastline.”

California Governor Gavin Newsom
Source: People

Gavin Newsom Vows To Get Hold Of People Responsible For Oil Spill Near Huntington Beach

Newsom assured everyone that his administration is acting fast to clean up the spillage. Moreover, he also vowed that he would do his best to catch people responsible for the mess. Newsom said, “We’re coordinating closely on cleanup efforts and to ensure we hold the responsible parties accountable. As California continues to lead the nation in phasing out fossil fuels and combating the climate crisis, this incident serves as a reminder of the urgent need to usher in a cleaner and greener future that safeguards public health, the economy and our environment.”

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