Two ships in Samish Bay near Vendovi Island – the island closest to both vessels – as seen from the Oyster Dome trail lookout. The tanker Mare Siculum, anchored near the island, is likely the cause of a sulfur-like odor that prompted residents on Bellingham’s south side to call 911 Saturday evening, according to the Northwest Clean Air Agency.
Two ships in Samish Bay near Vendovi Island – the island closest to both vessels – as seen from the Oyster Dome trail lookout. The tanker Mare Siculum, anchored near the island, is likely the cause of a sulfur-like odor that prompted residents on Bellingham’s south side to call 911 Saturday evening, according to the Northwest Clean Air Agency. Caleb Hutton chutton@bhamherald.com
Two ships in Samish Bay near Vendovi Island – the island closest to both vessels – as seen from the Oyster Dome trail lookout. The tanker Mare Siculum, anchored near the island, is likely the cause of a sulfur-like odor that prompted residents on Bellingham’s south side to call 911 Saturday evening, according to the Northwest Clean Air Agency. Caleb Hutton chutton@bhamherald.com

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