Bp was totally unprepared for gulf spill on March 19
Bp was totally unprepared for gulf spill on March 19. That, in fact, was the first time he heard the news.
„I hadn’t thought I’d ever get sick from that,“ the 27-year-old told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour at an event sponsored by Al Jazeera and PBS.
„Then I think if I’d not done the same thing I probably would have never gotten sick.“
Photos: Gulf crisis Photos: Gulf crisis On March 19, some 19 million barrels of oil spilled into the Gulf of Mexico from an oil rig offshore in the Gulf of Mexico. Hide Caption 1 of 9 Photos: Gulf crisis The Gulf of Mexico is seen from a U.S. Coast Guard cutter on March 18. The spill caused heavy damage to the area’s wildlife as well as shoreline properties. Hide Caption 2 of 9 Photos: Gulf crisis The oil rig the U.S. Coast Guard said was in the area hit by the spill had a length of 57.8 feet when it exploded on March 17. Hide Caption 3 of 9 Photos: Gulf crisis An injured Gulf of Mexico shark is helped on a swampland by Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal, right, and other officials, on April 8, 2015 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Hide Caption 4 of 9 Photos: Gulf crisis Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal hugs another injured fish after he inspected the waters off his state on April 8, 2015. Hide Caption 5 of 9 Photos: Gulf crisis The U.S. Coast Guard and Louisiana Department of Natural Resources rescue 파라다이스 카지노personnel assist a man who was swept into a 카지노 에이전시marsh on April 9, 2015천안출장안마. Hide Caption 6 of 9 Photos: Gulf crisis An oil slick is seen on a beach in Louisiana on April 9, 2015. Hide Caption 7 of 9 Photos: Gulf crisis A search team works to pull a shark that swam ashore off the Louisiana coast. Hide Caption 8 of 9 Photos: Gulf crisis People remove debris from a flooded beach after the boom and explosion on April 9. Hide Caption 9 of 9
In all likelihood, he didn’t think about the effect it might have on his health once the oil was removed from the Gulf of Mexico and transported to a port nearby. But he soon realized what might happen to him, and he knew he needed the treatment.
The first step was to undergo radiation treatment. But even that came with a price: He would need to buy the radiation machine he’d have to use to do it. The cost of the machine was $15,000, and the first one wouldn’t even go through