A fisherman's decline: oil, chemicals, and illness
When BP's oil wrecked his fishing season, commercial bait fisherman Joey Yerkes salvaged his summer by cleaning up the disaster. Now he says he says he never would have taken the job, knowing what he does.
His health has crashed from chemical poisoning. His medical bills reach $700 each week He's had to move away from the Gulf Coast, on the recommendation of his doctor.
Hear Joey Yerkes tell his story, interlaced with other coastal residents who are facing similar serious health problems from the BP disaster.
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