Gasoline spill in California prompts recall of more than 100 products
A gasoline spill in the state of California has prompted the recall of nearly 100 products, including the following:Gasoline cans, bottles, and cans of soda.
The California Air Resources Board (CARB) said on Tuesday it is aware of the spill and is working with the California Department of Public Health and the California Coastal Commission to determine the cause.
Carbon monoxide is a gas that is produced by burning fuel oil or gasoline.
The oil in the spill, which the CARB says was released during an electrical storm, is leaking into the ocean and could be harmful to fish, according to the CARBs website.
The EPA and CARB have not issued a recommendation to consumers.
The National Gas Safety Administration has also not issued an advisory on the spill.