Drought Leads to California’s Second Gold Rush

Gold prospectors in Southern California are calling a second gold rush for the Golden State after severe droughts exposed gold that has never been touched by human hands.

According to CBS Los Angeles:

Prospectors at Lytle Creek, 60 miles from Los Angeles in San Bernardino County, pan for gold, using metal detectors and sluice boxes. CBS2/KCAL9 reporter Art Barron witnessed veteran prospector  Jack Barber pull up large pieces of the precious metal.

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