The Los Angeles Times, 20 September 2010
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20 septembre 2010
"Reporting from Atlanta Rob Canty heard the news on TV on Sunday morning at his home in St. Tammany Parish, La.: The wild oil well that changed his life and the lives of thousands of others along the Gulf Coast was sealed up, safely and permanently, thanks to an injection of cement 18,000 feet below the ocean's surface.
"After nearly five months of heartache, misery and worry, the BP
well in the Gulf of Mexico
"The news was "real good," said Canty, a 31-year-old shrimper, but it wasn't likely to change his life immediately. His shrimp boat is still contracted out indefinitely to BP, he said, and for the time being, he expects to remain among the 25,200 people hired to finish cleaning up the largest offshore oil spill
in U.S. history."