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Vice President assesses Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill damage

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Vice President Joe Biden visited NAS Pensacola on Tuesday to assess the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill cleanup efforts. As Dave Dunwoody reports, Biden was joined by Florida Governor Charlie Crist and National Incident Commander Admiral Thad Allen.

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