People of Pensacola, Florida can now ease off and breath a sigh of relief, as the red tide that outbroke trepidation in the southwest Florida has made its move away across the gulf coast of the state, towards Panhandle’s western end. The island habitants have been suffering from respiratory problems, and fish dying because of a toxic algae. It is claimed to be the first significant red tide outbreak in the Pensacola area since 1998. The tide bothered the habitants with persistent cough and eye irritation.
Via: Miami Herald