How thick is the layer of diesel molecules in the spill oil spill on the BC Coast?

A tug and barge that carries petroleum products to and from Alaska through B.C.’s Inside Passage has run aground near Bella Bella. The Canadian Coast Guard confirms the Nathan E. Stewart, an articulated tug/barge owned by the Texas-based Kirby Corporation, ran aground at Edge Reef in Seaforth Channel just after 1 a.m. Thursday. The coast guard says the 287-foot long fuel barge was empty, but the 100-foot tug itself is leaking diesel fuel. People on the scene at noon said that the tug was half underwater and on its way to sinking completely. NORMAN FOX / FOR PNG

Learn more about the 190, 000 L of diesel that was spilled off the coast of BC.

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