La. fishermen abandon fish to set oil barriers
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La. fishermen abandon fish to set oil barriers

The marina at Shell Beach along the Louisiana coast is usually full of fishermen. However with a massive oil spill in the gulf, fishermen aren't out in the waters, but on land helping BP lay down oil barriers along the coast. (May 7) (The Associated Press)

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