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The oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico couldn’t have come at a worse time for some residents in that region who’re still trying to rebuild and reclaim their lives following Hurricane Katrina just five years ago. News One’s Smokey Fontaine took a trip to New Orleans recently to chronicle some of their stories, he joins Washington Watch live via the HP Skyroom from News One’s New York headquarters.

WATCH: News One’s Smokey Fontaine Reports on the Crisis in the Gulf

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