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Gulf of Mexico / Oil Spill / The Bayou #970208

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 13, 2010
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(Lafitte, Louisiana: Diane Sawyer) The government's ban on fishing in 35 percent of the coastal area of the oil spill noted.

(On the Mississippi: Diane Sawyer) A trip into the bayou at Grand Bayou Village featured; scenes shown from the waters, crabber Betty Reyes' house, on a boat, Pointe a la Hache, Cajun country & a Vietnamese community. [Resident Ruby ANCAR†- talks about the seafood.] [Boat captain DWIGHT, oystermen Vlaho†† MJEHOVICH†, Stanley ENCALADE†, shrimper's wife Diane POCHE†, shrimper Robert NGUYEN‡, Venice deckhand Tung TRAN†- comment on their way of life.]

Sawyer, Diane

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