Residents of one Michigan city are dumbfounded after black goo rained down on them just this week.
Cars, porches, and driveways in Harrison Township on Sunday were covered the black disgusting goop. Days later, the reality behind the substance remains a mystery. And the government seems to want to keep it that way…
Three days after the black rainfall, Michigan Department of Environmental Quality officers arrived on the scene and picked up samples. They haven’t reported anything yet. And they’re taking their sweet time probably waiting for the incident to blow over.
But residents of Harrison Township and readers across the internet demand answers now!
One resident, 73-year-old Pual Schultow said “everybody’s concerned” because the black tar could be harmful and the state is doing little to protect its people especially after the Flint drinking water poisoning recently.
“It does not appear to be a fuel substance at all and so we did confirm that but it appears as though it came from an aircraft but we haven’t confirmed that but we did turn it over to Selfridge to investigate,” Fire Chief Michael Lopez said.
The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality needs at least a week and a team of scientists to identify the black goop that rained down on Michigan this week.
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