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Gulf of Mexico / Oil Spill #968873

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jun 26, 2010
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(Studio: Jeff Glor) Day 68 of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico reviewed; underwater leak video shown

(Grand Isle, Louisiana: Kelly Cobiella) The disaster in the Gulf as hurricane season nears featured; scenes shown of fishermen in the bay & restless residents meeting with Ken Feinberg, who heads the claims process. [Fisherman Jimmy RICHARDS†- expresses concern over hurricanes.] [Voice of Coast Guard Adm. Thad ALLEN†- comments on storm tracks.] [Artificial reef businessman David WALTERS†- comments on dealing with BP.]

(Studio: Jeff Glor) Report on Tropical Storm Alex presented; weather maps shown. [Meteorologist Jeff BERARDELLI†- shows the path of Alex so far: not toward the Gulf of Mexico.]

Glor, Jeff;
Cobiella, Kelly

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