FOX CHAPEL (KDKA/AP) – The state Department of Environmental Protection, county officials and even Sunoco Inc. are analyzing an oily, gas-smelling liquid oozing out of a yard near Pittsburgh.
The homeowners have been evacuated until Wednesday, when authorities expect to know what’s oozing out of their yard.READ MORE: 14 People Die From COVID-19 At Butler Memorial Hospital Since Friday
DEP spokeswoman Amanda Witman says the substance may be oil from an abandoned well on land that used to be a farm.
Neighbor Pamela Rollings told the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, “It’s not like it’s bubbling up out of the ground, not like something from ‘The Beverly Hillbillies.'”READ MORE: How To Keep Porch Pirates From Stealing Your Holiday Packages
But until officials determine the source of the black gold, Texas tea or whatever it is, they’re keeping the family away as a precaution.Ligonier Valley Teacher Under Investigation For Possibly Sending Lewd Videos To Minor
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