LONDON (AP) -- BP says it won't comment on a report that the company's own investigation has found that its employees failed to spot danger signs before the disastrous blowout of a well in the Gulf of Mexico.
Bloomberg News reported on Monday that BP's investigation determined that some of its employees misread pressure data from the well hours before it blew out on April 20.
BP spokesman Mark Salt says he hasn't seen the internal report and would not comment.
The report being assembled by BP's director of safety, Mark Bly, is due to be released in coming weeks.
BP has previously said it was investigating several issues including the pressure tests, which were done to confirm whether the well was sealed.