A group protesting a proposal to ship crude oil through Grays Harbor gathered Sunday at Zelasko Park in Aberdeen to protest. The event, billed as “Honoring Lac-Megantic, Honoring Tribes, Honoring Our Earth,” was organized by the Quinault Indian Nation and a group called Citizens for a Clean Harbor. It recognized the deaths of 47 people in Lac-Megantic, Quebec, who were killed when train cars carrying crude oil exploded.
Groups protest oil shipments
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