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May 29, 2010 2:30 PM

BP announces 'top kill' has failed to stop Gulf oil leak

If the next effort also fails, it could be several months before BP can drill two relief wells, and millions more gallons of crude oil could contaminate the Gulf of Mexico, poison wildlife, destroy fragile marshlands, close fishing grounds and deprive thousands of their livelihoods.

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