Gulf Well "Killed," Guides and Residents See Difficult Future

On the final closing of the wellhead that caused catastrophe in the Gulf of Mexico, the Associated Press tries to answer the question, “Ok, now what?” in a series of reports.
“At the well’s death, Associated Press reporters who covered the disaster checked in with scientists awaiting test results, with business and legal analysts seeking answers and resolutions, and with Gulf residents looking to an uncertain future and struggling against the ‘quicksand of forgetfulness’ that consumed the fictional Macondo.”

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