The storm battering Florida's beaches
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Bonnie threatens oils spill clean-up

In the Gulf of Mexico the weather is throwing yet another unwelcome unknown into the efforts to permanently fix BP's broken well.

Tropical storm Bonnie has weakened to a tropical depression after passing over Florida, but there are still fears of what it will do to an already fragile region.

As a precaution ships have been called into port and for now the cap remains in place.

Andy Gallacher reports from Miami.

  • 23 Jul 2010