Dome BP hopes will cap oil leak in Gulf of Mexico reaches sea bed

Telegraph: Submersible robots working nearly a mile under water suspended the 40ft high dome over the leak, which is spewing out 200,000 gallons of crude a day. Undersea cameras attached to the robots were being used to make sure the dome was properly aligned before it is dropped all the way to the bottom. Once the device is in place the robots will secure it over the leak, a process that will take hours. BP spokesman Bill Salvin said: "We are essentially taking a four-story ......

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