The Wildlife Center of Virginia on Standby for Oil Disaster in Lynchburg

 The Wildlife Center of Virginia is on standby to help with clean up efforts in Lynchburg after a train derailment spilled oil into The James River.

Courtesy: WSET

HARRISONBURG, VA-- The Wildlife Center of Virginia is on standby to help with clean up efforts in Lynchburg after a train derailment spilled oil into The James River.
The President of the Wildlife Center of Virginia Ed Clark tells WHSV the heavy rainfall is helping protect wildlife in this disaster.

Clark says, "The fast moving waters will discourage wildlife from spending time on the water and in the water."


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