Protecting wildlife a "priority" in cleanup of California oil spill that closed beaches, officials say

An oil spill Saturday off the southern California shore caused 126,000 gallons of oil to leak into the Pacific Ocean, closing beaches and leading to worries about wildlife in the area. California officials gave an update on the cleanup and recovery efforts on Sunday. Watch their remarks.

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