The commanding officer of the Elizabeth City-based U.S. Coast Guard agency responsible for coordinating the nation’s response to oil spills and other pollution disasters has been temporarily relieved of command, pending the outcome of an administrative probe, a spokesman for the Coast Guard’s Atlantic area command said Wednesday.
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