An explosion on an oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico on April 20th, allowed a blown-out well on the Gulf floor to begin gushing...and it wouldn't stop for three months, finally capped in July after nearly 5 million barrels of crude had escaped into the waters.  The spill impacted wildlife in and around the ecologically-sensitive Gulf, an area that drives the region's economy with businesses that produce for both the local and national seafood industry.

FOX News Radio was there with complete coverage along the Gulf Coast from the beginning...

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FOX News Radio's Eben Brown spoke with shrimpers facing a season of the unknown...  Would their catch be harmed by the oil?  Would America even be willing to buy the catch if it was deemed safe?

https://radio.foxnews.com/2010/08/16/shrimping-season/

The ordeal didn't end for these businesses when the cap was finally closed on the well.  In October, nearly 3 months after the flow of oil ceased, FOX News Radio's Jeff Monosso caught up with the owners of a Louisiana business as they tried to finally reopen...

https://radio.foxnews.com/2010/10/07/gulf-oil-spill-business-recovery/