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Deep Horizon B.P. Gulf Oil Spill(61 images)

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  • From left, Fishermen Dung Lee, 44, and Hung Tran, 42, wait to ship off on the  H&R shrimp boat at Dean Blanchard Seafood, Inc. in Grand Isle, LA on June 24, 2010 where a fishing ban has been put in place due to the B.P. oil spill. The H&R crew will head west in hopes to find open fishing waters after waiting two months for B.P. to hire their boat.
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  • From left, Hung Tran, 42, waits to ship off  on the H&R shrimp boat at Dean Blanchard Seafood, Inc. in Grand Isle, LA on June 24, 2010 where a fishing ban has been put in place due to the B.P. oil spill. The H&R crew will head west in hopes to find open fishing waters after waiting two months for B.P. to hire their boat.
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  • A map of Grand Isle is seen on the H&R shrimp boat in Grand Isle, LA on June 24, 2010 where a fishing ban has been put in place due to the B.P. oil spill. The H&R crew will head west in hopes to find open fishing waters after waiting two months for B.P. to hire their boat.
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  • Roi-van Nguyen, 63, packs food on the H&R shrimp boat in Grand Isle, LA on June 24, 2010 where a fishing ban has been put in place due to the B.P. oil spill. The H&R crew will head west in hopes to find open fishing waters after waiting two months for B.P. to hire their boat.
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  • Fishermen and dockworkers load the H&R shrimp boat at Dean Blanchard Seafood, Inc. in Grand Isle, LA on June 24, 2010 where a fishing ban has been put in place due to the B.P. oil spill. The H&R crew will head west in hopes to find open fishing waters after waiting two months for B.P. to hire their boat.
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  • Fishermen and dockworkers load the H&R shrimp boat at Dean Blanchard Seafood, Inc. in Grand Isle, LA on June 24, 2010 where a fishing ban has been put in place due to the B.P. oil spill. The H&R crew will head west in hopes to find open fishing waters after waiting two months for B.P. to hire their boat.
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  • Hung Tran, 42, wipes sweat from his eyes while loading the H&R shrimp boat at Dean Blanchard Seafood, Inc. in Grand Isle, LA on June 24, 2010 where a fishing ban has been put in place due to the B.P. oil spill. The H&R crew will head west in hopes to find open fishing waters after waiting two months for B.P. to hire their boat.
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  • After waiting for hours  dockworkers Wilmer Mancia, 34 left, and Noel Del Angel, 35 right, ice down shrimp at Dean Blanchard Seafood, Inc. in Grand Isle, LA on June 24, 2010 where a fishing ban has been put in place due to the B.P. oil spill. The seafood company once was working 24 hours a day and seven days a week during shrimping season, but has reduced operating hours and mostly sells gas and ice now. The company also laid off almost 80 workers according to owner, Dean Blanchard.
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  • From left, dockworker Wilmer Mancia, 34 shovels ice at Dean Blanchard Seafood, Inc. in Grand Isle, LA on June 24, 2010 where a fishing ban has been put in place due to the B.P. oil spill. The seafood company once was working 24 hours a day and seven days a week during shrimping season, but has reduced operating hours and mostly sells gas and ice now. The company also laid off almost 80 workers according to owner, Dean Blanchard.
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  • From left, dockworker Wilmer Mancia, 34 shovels ice at Dean Blanchard Seafood, Inc. in Grand Isle, LA on June 24, 2010 where a fishing ban has been put in place due to the B.P. oil spill. The seafood company once was working 24 hours a day and seven days a week during shrimping season, but has reduced operating hours and mostly sells gas and ice now. The company also laid off almost 80 workers according to owner, Dean Blanchard.
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  • Fishermen Dung Lee, 44, waits to ship off on the  H&R shrimp boat at Dean Blanchard Seafood, Inc. in Grand Isle, LA on June 24, 2010 where a fishing ban has been put in place due to the B.P. oil spill. The H&R crew will head west in hopes to find open fishing waters after waiting two months for B.P. to hire their boat.
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  • Fishermen Hung Tran, 42, loads the H&R shrimp boat at Dean Blanchard Seafood, Inc. in Grand Isle, LA on June 24, 2010 where a fishing ban has been put in place due to the B.P. oil spill. The H&R crew will head west in hopes to find open fishing waters after waiting two months for B.P. to hire their boat.
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  • Clean up workers from left, Kresha Trahan, 32 of Lake Charles, LA, and a man who wished to remain unidentified, share a dance at Arties Sports Bar  in Grand Isle, LA on June 23, 2010 where oil has reached land. "Its bittersweet - I love being here. I didn't have a job back home, and now I am able to support my two kids."
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  • Clean up workers from left, Kresha Trahan, 32 of Lake Charles, LA, and a man who wished to remain unidentified, share a dance at Arties Sports Bar  in Grand Isle, LA on June 23, 2010 where oil has reached land. "Its bittersweet - I love being here. I didn't have a job back home, and now I am able to support my two kids."
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  • Josh Ketchum, 28 a boyfriend of a bartender at Arties Sports Bar helps clean up in Grand Isle, LA on June 23, 2010 where oil has reached land and killed the tourist industry. Manager Frankie Marullo said the bar would be packed with tourists during this time of the year but since the spill business has been slow and closes early.
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  • Bartender Heather Santiny, 23, sweeps up at Arties Sports Bar in Grand Isle, LA on June 23, 2010 where oil has reached land and killed the tourist industry. Manager Frankie Marullo said the bar would be packed with tourists during this time of the year but since the spill business has been slow and closes early.
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  • Bartender Heather Santiny, 23, sweeps up at Arties Sports Bar in Grand Isle, LA on June 23, 2010 where oil has reached land and killed the tourist industry. Manager Frankie Marullo said the bar would be packed with tourists during this time of the year but since the spill business has been slow and closes early.
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  • Bartender Londi Ketchum, 24, sweeps up at Arties Sports Bar in Grand Isle, LA on June 23, 2010 where oil has reached land and killed the tourist industry. Manager Frankie Marullo said the bar would be packed with tourists during this time of the year but since the spill business has been slow and closes early.
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  • Bartender Londi Ketchum, 24, sweeps up at Arties Sports Bar in Grand Isle, LA on June 23, 2010 where oil has reached land and killed the tourist industry. Manager Frankie Marullo said the bar would be packed with tourists during this time of the year but since the spill business has been slow and closes early.
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  • Bartender Londi Ketchum, 24, sweeps up at Arties Sports Bar in Grand Isle, LA on June 23, 2010 where oil has reached land and killed the tourist industry. Manager Frankie Marullo said the bar would be packed with tourists during this time of the year but since the spill business has been slow and closes early.
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  • Bartender Londi Ketchum, 24, sweeps up at Arties Sports Bar in Grand Isle, LA on June 23, 2010 where oil has reached land and killed the tourist industry. Manager Frankie Marullo said the bar would be packed with tourists during this time of the year but since the spill business has been slow and closes early.
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  • A fishing pier sits empty in Grand Isle State Park, LA on June 24, 2010 where a fishing ban has been put in place due to the B.P. oil spill .
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  • Oil booms are seen near the shoreline on June 24, 2010 where B.P. oil spill has reached land in Grand Isle, LA.
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  • A sign for Camardelle's Seafood marks closed in Grand Isle, LA on June 24, 2010 where a fishing ban and closed beaches  due to the B.P. oil spill have killed the tourist industry there.
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  • Dean Blanchard, owner of  Seafood Inc. of Dean Blanchard Seafood, Inc. lights a cigarette while on the phone in Grand Isle, LA on June 24, 2010 where a fishing ban has been put in place due to the B.P. oil spill. Blanchard said the ban has forced him to lay off almost 80 of his workers.
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