Crews try setting fire to oil leaking in Gulf
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Crews try setting fire to oil leaking in Gulf

Crews have begun setting fire to oil leaking from the site of an exploded drilling rig in the Gulf of Mexico. It's a last-ditch effort to get rid of it before it reaches environmentally sensitive marshlands on the coast. (The Associated Press)

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