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Houston Ship Canal Oil Spill in the US 

Houston Ship Canal Oil Spill in the US 

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Workers deploy boom around the site of the oil spill in the Houston Ship Channel near the Texas City Dike. More than 71,000 feet of boom has been deployed in response to the oil spill that occurred after a bulk carrier called Summer Wind and a barge called Miss Susan owned by Kirby Inland Marine collided in the Houston Ship Channel. Oil spill was 168,000 gallons. 
Workers Deploy Boom in Houston Ship Canal Oil Spill
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Oil is Soaked up by Materials in Houston Ship Canal Oil Spill
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Houston Ship Canal Oil Spill in the US
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Worker Skims Oil off Water Surface on Banks of Houston Ship Canal
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Boom Ready to Clean up Oil Spill in Houston Ship Canal
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Aerial View of Houston Ship Canal Oil Spill in the US
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Coast Guard Responds to Houston Ship Canal Oil Spill
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Aerial View of Clean Up in Houston Ship Canal Oil Spill
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Half Submerged Barge in Houston Ship Canal Oil Spill
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Workers Try to Contain Oil Spill in Houston Ship Canal
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Aerial View of Barge in Houston Ship Canal Oil Spill
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