Damage Will Go On After Well Is Plugged, Admiral Says

New York Times: The Coast Guard commander in charge of the federal response to the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico warned on Sunday that even if the flow of crude was stopped by summer, it could take well into autumn – and maybe much longer– to deal with the slick spreading relentlessly across the gulf. The assessment came as the sheer volume of oil gushing from the out-of-control well forced BP to temporarily halt its attempts to close all four vents on a capping device designed to capture the oil. ......

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