MEXICO. State of Tamaulipas, Ciudad Madero. On September 29 (2014) morning, beaches, bathed by the Gulf of Mexico were covered by a strange foam whose origin and nature are completely unknown. The wide foam layer, was concentrated mainly in northern maderense coast in Miramar Beach, compromising local tourism.
Still on Monday (29/09/2014), a team of State Comisión for the Prevention of Riesgos Sanitarios (Coepris, state body) has reached the place of occurrence to begin the diagnostic work of the phenomenon.
Among their firsts speculations, the technicians suggest that the foam can be the result of a "natural process of sea purification" (?). Or, even, pollution, pollution by chemical. Only laboratory analysis of samples collected may determine the nature and origin of the substance.
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Extraña espuma cubre la playa de Miramar
O MEXICANO, 30/Sept/2014
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