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April 20th, 2011
08:58 AM ET

Inkley: 'This impact could last for many, many years'

Wednesday marks one year since the Deepwater Horizon oil rig exploded in the Gulf of Mexico.

11 workers were killed in the explosion and 200 million gallons of oil were released into the surrounding environment. So, what is the state of the Gulf Coast one year after the devastation began?

American Morning speaks to Doug Inkley, senior scientist for the National Wildlife Federation, about the state of the Gulf Coast one year after the spill.


Filed under: Energy • Environment • Oil Spill • U.S.
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