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July 23, 2010 12:17 PM

Oil workers evacuate Deepwater Horizon site as Tropical Storm Bonnie approaches

Oil recovery workers at the Deepwater Horizon site were pulling up pipes to head to safe waters Friday — out of the way of Tropical Storm Bonnie — for what the chief of the Gulf of Mexico recovery effort cast as a best-case scenario halt to operations for 48 hours.

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