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Gulf of Mexico / Oil Spill #971137

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 25, 2010
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(Studio: Bill Weir) Day 97 of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico introduced; details given about reports BP CEO Tony Hayward will be removed with a huge pension.

(New Orleans: Matt Gutman) The expectation Hayward will be replaced by Bob Dudley & the possibility the "static kill" could be working soon examined; scenes shown from the oil rig. [May 18, May 30, June 17, HAYWARD - makes statements.] [Representative Henry WAXMAN - criticizes Hayward.] [Plaquemines Parish president Billy NUNGESSER, Plaquemines Parish resident Alice SCANDURRO†- react to the Hayward ouster.] [In helicopter, Coast Guard R/Adm. Paul ZUNKUNFT†- says no new oil is released.]

Reporter(s):
Weir, Bill;
Gutman, Matt
Duration:
00:02:50

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