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Worker Health and Safety During the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Cleanup in Alaska in 1989

Exxon Valdez Oil Spill (EVOS) Workers – Exxon’s Collateral Damage

Exxon Authorize the Toxic Chemicals for Spraying Alaska’s Oily Beaches which has caused many deaths and health complications, without any compensation from Exxon. Survivors of the cleanup are struggling as Exxon's collateral damage.

Little attention was given to EVOS workers who blasted Alaska’s oily beaches, with hot seawater from high pressure hoses. They were engulfed in toxic fumes containing aerosolized crude oil—benzene and other toxic chemicals. View photos at:

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Comment by Merle Savage on May 16, 2009 at 12:45pm
Please view the video and pass it on. I'm trying to inform the public and media concerning how over 11,00 cleanup workers became Exxon's Collateral Damage. They signed on to cleanup Exxon's crude oil, not knowing Exxon would allow the toxic spraying.
If the video is not clear here is the site, just click and paste.
Thank you for your interest and let me know what you think.

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