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Valdez: 19 Years Later

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The Exxon Valdez oil spill 19 years ago dirtied a pristine coastline. The millions of dollars spent cleaning up the spill may have had a more lasting impact on the local communities, however.

Amy Bracken of member station KCHU in Valdez reports.

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