More volunteers are turning out to help clean up millions of small plastic disks swept downriver from a New Hampshire wastewater treatment plant to the ocean shores of New Hampshire and Massachusetts.
Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley said Thusday that her office would be looking into the mess caused when a sewage treatment plant in Hooksett, New Hampshire overflowed and sent millions of plastic disks floating down the Merrimac River.
Volunteers are being asked to help clean up millions of small plastic disks swept downriver from a New Hampshire wastewater treatment plant.
The latest estimate of how many plastic disks were washed out of a New Hampshire wastewater treatment plant into the Merrimack River has grown to between four million and eight million.
Thousands of small plastics disks from a Hooksett, N.H., sewage treatment plant are washing up on the sea shore in N.H. and Mass.
Rain-swollen rivers and streams spilled into streets and neighborhoods in Massachusetts and New Hampshire on Monday.
Looking at Kelly Dwyer in her hospital room it is almost impossible to believe what she has survived.
New Hampshire man has been charged after police said he waved a gun at another driver on Interstate 93.