The good news, it appears at this time, is that all 13 people from today’s oil rig explosion have been rescued.
Reports say one person is injured.
It’s early, and little is known at this point, but yes, you are reading this right. Another deep-water oil rig has exploded in the Gulf of Mexico. This one is roughly 90 miles south of Louisiana and west of BP’s rig, you know, the one that exploded in April and unleashed the worst oil spill in U.S. history and still isn’t permanently sealed.
How much more can the gulf sustain? How much more should the people of the gulf region have to endure for our selfish way of life?
Read more about it at kentucky.com.