Four weeks after an oil spill off Southern California’s coast, surfers have been allowed to return to the waves and people can play in the surf. But fishermen still can’t put lines in the water along the coast.
The move comes several weeks after an undersea pipeline leaked about 25,000 gallons of crude into the ocean off Orange County.
California officials did not see any oil in the water after an aerial survey of the ocean between Long Beach and San Diego county.
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