Workers Along Northeastern Shore Assess Oil Spill Damage An weekend oil-tanker spill in the Delaware River has killed birds, forced the closure a power plant, hampered a major shipping channel, and contaminated 70 miles of shoreline spanning three states. NPR's Allison Aubrey reports.
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Workers Along Northeastern Shore Assess Oil Spill Damage

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Workers Along Northeastern Shore Assess Oil Spill Damage

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An weekend oil-tanker spill in the Delaware River has killed birds, forced the closure a power plant, hampered a major shipping channel, and contaminated 70 miles of shoreline spanning three states. NPR's Allison Aubrey reports.