California Gov. Jerry Brown declared a state of emergency for Santa Barbara County on Wednesday following the massive oil spill near Rufugio State Beach. Officials said as much as 105,000 gallons of oil now stretches about nine miles in total along the Southern California coast. The spill began when a two-foot pipeline burst and leaked crude petroleum into a culvert that ran into the ocean for several hours before it was shut off. It's still unknown exactly how much crude was spilled, but an estimated 20 barrels of oil were recovered from the Pacific Ocean and another 100 barrels were retrieved at the spill site, according to the Santa Barbara County Office of Emergency Management.