Tears and anger over oil on Pensacola Beach

  • A crab covered in oil is washed ashore at Pensacola Beach in Pensacola Fla. Oil from BP's Deepwater Horizon oil spill continues to wash a shore along the Florida panhandle. MICHAEL SPOONEYBARGER/AP

  • Kevin Reed, 36, of Pensacola weeps as he looks over the oil-defiled shores of Pensacola Beach, Fla. Wednesday. 'This will never be the same,' he said. 'I'd like to take the CEO of BP and jam his face in that pile on the beach.' Oil washed ashore on the beach overnight, and onlookers came down in droves to see it. EDMUND D. FOUNTAIN/AP

  • Susan Sundell of Salem, N.H., who is in the area visiting family, reacts to seeing oil washed ashore at Pensacola Beach, Fla., Wednesday. 'I come visit my sister every year and it's the most beautiful place on earth,' Sundell said. 'I didn't expect to react like this. It is just horrible. It's like going to a wake.' MICHAEL SPOONEYBARGER/AP

  • Joe Warren of Gulf Breeze, Fla. consoles his wife Jean Warren after looking at the oil washed ashore at Pensacola Beach, Fla., Wednesday, June 23, 2010. Oil from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill continues to wash a shore along the Florida panhandle. (AP Photo/Michael Spooneybarger)

  • Allison Newton of Pensacola makes her way through oil washed ashore at Pensacola Beach in Pensacola Fla., Wednesday, June 23, 2010. Oil from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill continues to wash a shore along the Florida panhandle. (AP Photo/Michael Spooneybarger)

  • From left, Gina Durell, Island Durell and Linda Harrison of Pensacola watch as crews work to clean up oil washed ashore at Pensacola Beach in Pensacola Fla., Wednesday, June 23, 2010. Oil from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill continues to wash a shore along the Florida panhandle. (AP Photo/ Michael Spooneybarger) DAVE MARTIN / STF

  • Florida Governor Charlie Crist inspects the oil that washed ashore at Casino Beach overnight before checking out the the relief work efforts staged at Pensacola Beach on Wednesday morning, June 23, 2010. Katie King / AP

  • Heavy oil tar balls, mats and mousse showed up along the shoreline at Pensacola Beach early Wednesday morning. Gov. Charlie Crist, in town for a tour of the beach and cleanup, examined the heavy oil on Casino Beach near the beach fishing pier late this morning. Katie King / AP