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Hurricane Isaac / Gulf Coast / Oil #1030305

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Sep 06, 2012
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(Charlotte: Scott Pelley) The chance that the remnants of Hurricane Isaac will form a tropical cyclone noted; map shown.

(Elmer’s Island, Louisiana: Mark Strassmann) The oil from the BP spill that was churned up by Isaac and is washing ashore in Louisiana featured; scenes shown of the tar mat on Elmer’s Island; map shown of the fishing ban area. [Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority Garret GRAVES††- says the unaccounted oil will manifest hurricane after hurricane unless BP does a proactive cleanup.] [Charter boat owner Keith BERGERON††- reacts to the tar balls.] [BP’s Mike HARRISON††- says it is not hazardous.]

Pelley, Scott;
Strassmann, Mark

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