Cleanup Of Montana Oil Spill Complicated By Flooding

National Public Radio: A ruptured Exxon-Mobil oil line has spewed an estimated 42,000 gallons of crude oil into Montana's Yellowstone River. While company officials are still trying to figure out the extent of the spill, high flood waters and mountain runoff are spreading the oil beyond the river's banks, complicating the cleanup efforts. Melissa Block speaks with Rob Rogers, who has been covering the story for the Billings Gazette. ...

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