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November 12-17, 1989
A six-part Seattle Times special report
Stories by Eric Nalder
Every 14 hours on the average, an oil tanker cruises into Washington state's waters.
Most are laden with Alaskan crude oil, a toxic, viscous substance that can be as lethal to the environment as it is crucial to the economy.
It is the job of a tanker and its crew to make sure the oil remains a resource and not a destroyer.
Sometimes, they fail.
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