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May 26th, 2010
06:26 PM ET

Photo gallery: Oil spill tour

Venice, Louisiana - Here's a gallery of CNN's tour Wednesday of the areas affected by the oil spill.

We'll have more on the Gulf oil disaster tonight on AC360° at 10pm ET.


Filed under: 360° Radar • Gulf Oil Spill
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  1. Emma M. Adler

    Your excellent reporting from the Gulf oil spill should have a great possitive influence on this apalling situation. The destruction of the marsh and wildlife is a tragedy of unprecedented proportions and the situation on the ground is intolerable. It weighs on me every moment of the day.

    May 27, 2010 at 9:23 am |
  2. Paula, Colorado

    The photographs of your tour of the oil spill are great, though very disturbing. I'm without electricity tonight–which couldn't come at a worse time. I hope you post many more images on the web of what is really happening in Louisiana.

    May 26, 2010 at 9:01 pm |
  3. randolph hood

    what if something ignites that oil spill

    May 26, 2010 at 8:34 pm |
  4. Rusty Ballard

    Anderson, have you or anyone on your staff pulled the( MSDS's) Material Safety Data Sheets on crude oil and the other chemicals BP's
    using to treat the oil. Anything you need to know is listed! The general public needs to know the hazards. You don't want to come in contact with with any of this material with out the proper protective equipment!

    R. Ballard
    Madisonville, La.

    May 26, 2010 at 8:03 pm |
  5. Samantha Rowley

    WOW! The pictures tell it all...especially the water bottle.

    May 26, 2010 at 7:59 pm |
  6. Jill

    Do these pictures look familiar? Remember the scene with Gollum in the Dead Marshes from Lord of the Rings? Don't follow the lights!

    That is what they will be too; dead marshes. It is infuriating the way this sludge was allowed to drift in with little effort to save the area and no cleanup on site.

    Just think of the contamination to the underlying ground water, and long term health effects as well.

    This is truly an environmental catasrophe.

    May 26, 2010 at 7:22 pm |
  7. tom1053

    Why can't we talk to Russia and use their oil skimmers to help clean up the oil, or for that matter why don't we have our own oil skimmers to use.

    May 26, 2010 at 7:21 pm |
  8. Tom Davis - Kinston, NC

    It is BP's responsibility to stop the leak, it is the President of the United State responsibility to protect the United States – Economically, Environmentally, and militarily. People in the Gulf needs to mail this Oil to Congress, COD

    May 26, 2010 at 7:19 pm |
  9. Matt

    The accident and subsequent actions in Gulf region represent a "Clear and Present Danger" to the United States and should be treated as such. All appropriate US resources should be immediately deployed to assist and defend the United States in this disaster.

    May 26, 2010 at 7:14 pm |
  10. Isabell from Indiana

    It saddens me tremendously to imagine the devastating effects this will have on the ecology of the ocean.

    May 26, 2010 at 7:13 pm |
  11. Kirsten Verdi, San Antonio, TX

    What tragedy!

    May 26, 2010 at 7:13 pm |
  12. Snovalley

    Anderson, keep it up....... keep the American people informed and maybe someone is going to Listen how much long is this going to continue? Is this just a Trial and Error event?

    May 26, 2010 at 7:12 pm |