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Beach cleanup efforts working best during night hours

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Crews cleaning up oil tar on Florida Panhandle beaches began their new night shifts Wednesday evening, to avoid the daytime heat and humidity. From member station WUWF in Pensacola, Dave Dunwoody reports.

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