New Zealand crews unable to resume pumping oil off leaking ship; environmental disaster feared

Associated Press: Salvage crews trying to limit the environmental damage from an oil-leaking cargo ship off New Zealand were unable to resume pumping out the remaining fuel Friday, despite calmer weather near the reef where the ship ran aground. The ship has already spilled hundreds of tons of oil, and workers are in a race against nature to try to drain the fuel before waves break up the vessel, which has begun to crack apart. A salvage crew on Thursday finally managed to board the cargo ship that has spilled......

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