Hospital bags litter Gower coast (BBC News)

SN NewsCaster
5th March 2008, 17:40
Medical debris lost from a ship last year is continuing to be washed up on beaches on Gower.

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jim barnes
5th March 2008, 18:00
Medical debris lost from a ship last year is continuing to be washed up on beaches on Gower.

More from BBC News... (http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/rss/news/int/search/news%2Bsport/ship/-/2/hi/uk_news/wales/south_west/7279669.stm)
No arm in that?

doug rowland
6th March 2008, 22:51
Another overblown media news hype. These items were "saline drip" bags lost from a container washed overboard. The items in question are no more harmful to the environment than the millions of supermarket polythene bags that normally litter our beaches, yet BBC Wales yesterday devoted several minutes of air time and expensive reporters on the beach trying to make a drama out of very little. Get real BBC
Doug