Following the detection of a slight iridescence of the water, Wednesday June 16, during a check flight in the bay of Saint-Brieuc, new checks were carried out on Thursday. No more traces of pollution were observed.
The iridescent zone extended over three kilometers in length and about fifty meters in width, 8 km from the bottom of the bay.
This Thursday morning, “the building of the French Navy Thetis, which remained in the area, no longer observed any trace and, at the beginning of the afternoon, the crew of the Falcon 50 maritime surveillance plane of the French Navy confirmed this observation, during an overview of the bay in search of possible traces of iridescence ”, indicates, this Thursday evening, the prefecture of Côtes-d’Armor, in a joint press release from the maritime prefecture of the Atlantic .
“At the same time, the national gendarmerie patrols carried out on the coast today have not detected any specific pollution either”.
The mayors of the municipalities on the coast of the bay of Saint-Brieuc, Vigipol and the various socio-professional actors and associations, for their part, did not report any unusual observations.
The bay remains under surveillance. State observation means remain deployed at sea and on the coast, in order to follow the evolution of the situation.
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