A few weeks ago as I drove down the Bronx River Parkway I saw a few ConEd workers along with an emergency oil spill cleanup truck working along the banks of the river. I saw the crews out again along the Bronx River in the New York Botanical Garden last week (pictured above). Apparently much of the cleanup efforts are taking place within the Garden and the Bronx Zoo because the river flows at a slower pace in those spots. According to the Journal News article, no wildlife has been found injured as of yet.
Have we missed this story in the NYC local media, or has nobody yet reported on it? It seems like it should warrant some coverage, no?