While the North East United States are still feeling the impact of the remains of Hurricane Lee with heavy rains and dangerous flooding, the Gulf Coast in Florida and Alabama are feeling much different effects of the aftermath. The churning storm in the Gulf Waters have cause tar balls to accumulate on the beaches in Florida and Alabama after the rough storm churned up surf along the beaches.
BP Officials and the company claim that it will take days to determine if the oil came from last years massive spill in the Gulf, but locals residents have been skeptical about the extent of the cleanups success, despite the months of cleaning. The express their emotions very honestly in the video above. Despite the "confusion" of where the oil "came from" BP workers used fishing nets to scoop up the tar balls anyway.
This leaves the question, just how much oil remains on the floor of the Gulf, and will The Gulf Beaches and Waters ever be the same after the massive spill?