Sandia Creek

Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) teams responded to a truck wreck on De Luz Road in Riverside County that released approximately 600 gallons of asphalt tar into Sandia Creek. The tar coated vegetation along a 300-yard stretch of Sandia Creek, recognized as one of the last pristine, free-flowing creeks in Southern California.
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Response Crew Tackles Asphalt Spill into Sandia Creek

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Petroleum spill from truck on De Luza Road - RIVERSIDE COUNTY, Calif - Department of Fish and Game (DFG) teams responded to a truck wreck on De Luz Road in Riverside County that released approximately 600 gallons of asphalt tar into Sandia Creek late yesterday. The tar-coated vegetation along a 300-yard stretch of Sandia Creek, recognized as one of the last pristine, free-flowing creeks in the Southern California area.

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Sandia Creek Photo

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Sandia Creek Photo - Sandia Creek Photo