DSHS lifts seafood warning for Galveston and Trinity bays Updated 5.28.19
Post Date:05/12/2019 5:59 PM
Updated 5.28.19 - The Department of State Health Services lifted the temporary warning to not eat seafood from portions of Galveston and Trinity bays. Private oyster harvesting is reopened.
Due to Friday’s shipping collision and chemical release in northwestern Galveston Bay, the Department of State Health Services (DSHS) is advising people not to fish or eat any seafood from the portions of Galveston and Trinity bays north of a line from the end of the Texas City Dike to Smith Point.
Bayport Channel Collision – May 24, 2019
WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 2019
UPDATE 7: Unified Command continues response to collision on Houston Ship Channel near Bayport, Texas