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Gulf of Mexico / Oil Spill / Storm #968926

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 27, 2010
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(Studio: Russ Mitchell) A look at Day 69 of the oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico presented; details given about Tropical Storm Alex.

(Grand Isle, Louisiana: Kelly Cobiella) The preparations on the coast for another onslaught of oil featured; scenes shown from the waters off Louisiana; details given about the BP Vessels of Opportunity program that is being dominated by out-of-state opportunists rather than local commercial fishermen. [Charter boat captain Craig BIELKEWITZ†- says he's had no response from BP.] [Alabama shrimper Brian CUMBIE†- says it is not fair.] [BP government affairs director Jason FRENCH†- says we need to get local boats out in local waters.]

Mitchell, Russ;
Cobiella, Kelly

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