Storms aggravate damage from Gulf oil spill

Reuters: Summer storms are pushing oil from a BP spill in the Gulf of Mexico deeper into Louisiana's wetlands and temporarily slowing efforts to contain damage. The storms are also responsible for washing oil into Lake Pontchartrain, which borders New Orleans, further polluting Mississippi's beaches and halting tests on a supertanker adapted to skim large quantities of oil from the surface. Just the outer fringes of Hurricane Alex passed over the Louisiana coast last week but it was ......

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