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Gulf of Mexico / Oil Rig Explosion / Survivors Stories (Part II) #977015

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jun 11, 2010
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(New Orleans: Anderson Cooper) A look back at the April 20 explosion on the Deepwater Horizon oil rig presented; scenes and photos of the rig on fire shown. [Group of survivors Doug BROWN†, Chris CHOY†, Daniel BARRON†, Matthew JACOBS†, Brent MANSFIELD†- describe what happened on the rig as it exploded and caught fire with massive flames and mud coming out of the well and raining down and how it looked like the face of death; how a second explosion hit; says he does not remember what happened after the explosion; describes the fire as a living, growing thing.]
Cooper, Anderson

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