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On March 24, 1989, the Exxon-Valdez oil tanker struck a reef and spilled nearly 11 million gallons of crude oil into Prince William Sound, eventually spreading over 1300 miles of Alaskan coastline. It was the largest oil spill in US history until the Deepwater Horizon incident in 2010. Exxon made the Captain, Joseph Hazelwood, the scapegoat as it had been widely reported that he had been drinking heavily before the crash, but he was later cleared after testimony from crew members found that he was sober and asleep, having left the third mate at the helm at the time the tanker collided with the reef. It was later revealed that the ship was equipped with a radar system that should have alerted the crew to the danger nearby, however it had been disabled for over a year and Exxon management chose not to repair it due to cost. In addition, Exxon had cut the size of ship crews roughly in half from the decade prior, while forcing them to work regular 14-hour shifts. The Exxon-Valdez had also been expecting an escort as they sailed outside normal sea lanes to avoid icebergs and the reef, but the Coast Guard had recently ceased doing so and had not informed the crew. Due to the remote location, Exxon was slow to respond to the crisis, and despite a massive cleanup effort that cost over $2 billion, only 10% of the spilled oil was ever removed from the ecosystem. Thousands of gallons of oil still remain on the beaches of Alaska, and the government has reported that only 13 of the 32 monitored wildlife populations in the aftermath of the disaster have fully recovered. The herring population, once a source of a vibrant fishing industry, has never recovered, Animals such as bald eagles, brown bears, seals, humpback whales and many more who depend on the herring have all suffered great losses. Two unique pods of orca have lost more than half their members and have yet to produce new calves in the time since the spill, leaving almost certain the reality that they will go extinct. Exxon brushed aside concerns over the remaining oil, citing "350 peer-reviewed studies of Prince William Sound, which conclude that PWS has recovered, is healthy and thriving." CONT. IN THE COMMENTS
Adele borracha, compitiendo por unos tragitos de licor, perdiendo por estar concentrada en la música y cayéndose de borracha mientras Jennifer Lawrence la insulta por haber perdido.
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