Sweet Death Molasses spill suffocating fish in San Carlos River

first_imgNo related posts. Fish are suffocating in the San Carlos River, in the Northern Zone, due to a deluge of molasses that’s flooding the body of water.The daily La Nación reported that the neighborhoods of Muelle and Boca Arenal noticed the molasses spill Wednesday night. One neighbor said the river has turned a light brown color, and fish continue to float to the surface. The runny thickness of the molasses prevents the fish from breathing.The molasses, a sweet substance derived from sugar cane, apparently came from the a damaged storage tank on the river bank. The tank has been fixed.  But there’s little residents can do about the fish until the molasses, which is non-toxic, dissolves. Facebook Commentslast_img

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Bransons Virgin spreads Air NZ code share

first_imgVirgin Atlantic spreads Air NZ code share Virgin Atlantic and Air New Zealand began their code share agreement earlier this year and their joint network includes services from New Zealand to London via Sydney, Hong Kong and San Francisco. Air New Zealand and Virgin Atlantic have extended their code share agreement to include flights between Auckland and London via Shanghai.Commencing 3 August, the extension will offer passengers flying between the two destinations more choice with a three times weekly code share service.“This is a great addition to an already very successful partnership with Air New Zealand,” Virgin Atlantic general manager Luke Fisher said.“This arrangement will continue to provide greater connectivity and choice for our New Zealand passengers.”The news comes only days after Virgin Atlantic’s sister company, Virgin Australia launched the first phase of its alliance with Singapore Airlines.The partnership includes joint tickets and reciprocal lounge access.center_img Source = e-Travel Blackboard: N.Jlast_img read more

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