Seventeen sea lions injured and sickened by too much chlorine at the Pacific Marine Mammal Center were victims of an accident, not a criminal attack as was initially suspected, police said Thursday.
More than a dozen sea lions injured in a chlorine attack at the Pacific Marine Mammal Center were released back into the ocean in Laguna Beach Tuesday.
Police continue to search Wednesday for the person responsible for poisoning more than a dozen sea lions at the Pacific Marine Mammal Center in Laguna Beach.
Laguna Beach police detectivessay a suspect trespassed onto the property of the Pacific Marine Mammal Center and introduced a large amount of chlorine into the water filtration system between 8 p.m. April 27 and 6 a.m. April 28.
The city of Sierra Madre is preparing to temporarily change its source of water supply – which could potentially pose a health risk to some residents.
A homeowner in Ojai said too much chlorine in her family’s tap water has made them sick.