Mile-long tube sucking oil away from Gulf well
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Mile-long tube sucking oil away from Gulf well

BP says engineers have finally succeeded in keeping some of the oil gushing from a blown well out of the Gulf of Mexico, hooking up a mile-long tube to funnel the crude into a tanker ship. The success follows three weeks of failures. (The Associated Press)

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