By the numbers: Gulf spill's big jump
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By the numbers: Gulf spill's big jump

Scientists said the Gulf oil spill was leaking between 1.47 million gallons and 2.52 million gallons a day, an increase over previous estimates. The maximum amount of oil that has gushed out of the well is 116 million gallons. (June 16) (The Associated Press)

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