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Much changed since NC manure spill


July 6, 2010
By Jacksonville Daily News

July 5, 2010, Jacksonville, NC – Life-long Onslow County resident
Sydney Whaley was sitting on his front porch on a hot summer day in
1995 watching traffic that had been routed past his A.I. Taylor Road
home because of a wreck on U.S. 258 when a river of hog manure flooded
the street as high as the cars’ bumpers.

July 5, 2010, Jacksonville, NC – Life-long Onslow County resident Sydney Whaley was sitting on his front porch on a hot summer day in 1995 watching traffic that had been routed past his A.I. Taylor Road home because of a wreck on U.S. 258 when a river of hog manure flooded the street as high as the cars’ bumpers.

Fifteen years later, Whaley, 78, homebound with an oxygen tank at his side, said he can still smell the manure.

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