Tom Breen

Staff Writer, Associated Press

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Staff writer for the Associated Press in New Orleans, Louisiana

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Hurricane Alex  won't hit the Mississippi Delta directly, but it's causing six-foot waves to push more oil ashore from Louisiana to the Florida Panhandle.

Season’s First Hurricane Complicates Gulf Oil Clean-up

Hurricane Alex won't hit the Mississippi Delta directly, but it's causing six-foot waves to push more oil ashore from Louisiana to the Florida Panhandle.

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