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Oil spill off California coast

Updated 7:08 PM ET, Fri May 22, 2015
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Workers clean oil off a brown pelican at the International Bird Rescue office in Los Angeles on Friday, May 22. More than 100,000 gallons of oil from a ruptured pipeline recently spilled onto coastal lands near Goleta, California, and into the Pacific Ocean. Chris Carlson/AP
Workers prepare an oil containment boom at Refugio State Beach, north of Goleta, on Thursday, May 21. Jae C. Hong/AP
A pelican flies over an oil slick on the ocean surface near Refugio State Beach on May 21. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images
A member of the Bureau of Land Management walks past rocks covered in oil on May 21. Jae C. Hong/AP
A crab and California mussels are covered in oil on May 21. Jae C. Hong/AP
A bird covered in oil flaps its wings on May 21. Jae C. Hong/AP
Plastic buckets are filled with oil collected from the beach on May 21. Jae C. Hong/AP
Workers clean up the site near Refugio State Beach on May 21. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images
Oil flows toward the ocean on Wednesday, May 20. David McNew/Getty Images
Crews clean up oil on May 20. David McNew/Getty Images
Ships pulling booms attempt to collect oil from the spill on May 20. Michael A. Mariant/AP
An octopus lies dead on May 20. David McNew/Getty Images
Volunteers fill buckets with oil on May 20. Michael A. Mariant/AP
Oil surrounds the feet of local resident Morgan Miller as he patrols the beach for affected wildlife on Tuesday, May 19. David McNew/Getty Images
Miller and another local resident, Josh Marsh, look for distressed wildlife on May 19. David McNew/Getty Images