After the most recent storm to hit Ocotillo brought yet another influx of white foam from the surrounding Wind Project site, Jim Pelley made a horror spoof:
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The latest catastrophe to hit Ocotillo is a white foam, flowing through the waterways, that local resident Jim Pelley says “looks like paint.” It appeared after a one-hour-long rain storm.