Mississippi River could help prevent Gulf oil spill from reaching shore

05/7/2010 | USA Today

The Army Corps of Engineers and Louisiana officials may increase the flow of the Mississippi River to fight the BP oil spill. Currents from the longest river in the U.S. could help push the oil back from the shoreline, said state officials. Corps of Engineers spokesman Bob Anderson said the agency "wants to do everything we possibly can to help."

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