The Los Angeles Times, 24 June 2010
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24 juin 2010
Molly Hennessy-Fiske and Richard Fausset
"Reporting from Dauphin Island and Atlanta The immense difficulties facing workers trying to contain and clean up the gulf oil leak were made frighteningly evident Wednesday, after a charter captain despondent over the spill apparently committed suicide, and technical issues forced oil company BP to remove the cap collecting some of the oil, sending thousands more of barrels of crude gushing into gulf waters.
"The apparent suicide of the 55-year-old fishing captain, William Allen "Rookie" Kruse, was a grim reminder of the mental health toll that may haunt the Gulf of Mexico region for years as industries are damaged and estuaries are despoiled by the BP oil disaster."