Fishing for human consumption has been banned in the San Francisco Bay by the governor because of last week's oil spill.
The suspension is in effect until Dec. 1 or until health officials deem the bay safe, said a spokesman for the governor's office.
The action was taken because of the oil spill last week when a ship hit the supports to the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge and released 58,000 gallons of fuel into the bay.
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