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Remembering the Hurricane That Cleaned a Massive Mexican Oil Spill

Frederic, which plowed across the Gulf Coast with winds of up to 130 mph, was the worst storm to hit that area since the mighty Hurricane Camille ripped through a decade earlier.
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