LANSING, Mich. (AP) -- Lansing officials are trying to determine whether an oil-like sheen on the Grand River was the result of normal runoff or a spill.
Chad Gamble, the city's operations director, tells the Lansing State Journal (http://on.lsj.com/1oqjfLq ) that the city and other public agencies received calls Tuesday about a sheen on the river near the Brenke Fish Ladder.
Lansing saw more than an inch of rain Monday and early Tuesday. Gamble says a sheen can develop from oil or gasoline that washes into the river.
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