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December 25, 1985

Splotches of oil from a 21-mile slick drifted into a sensitive wildlife area near Port Angeles, Wash., and briefly threatened to invade oyster beds and crab-feeding areas. Tides carried some of the 109,200 gallons spilled Saturday by the tanker ARCO Anchorage onto the beaches of Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge, but the environmental impact on the sanctuary had not yet been determined.

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