Crews Race To Clean Up Oil Spill In Michigan

National Public Radio: Crews are working Friday in southwest Michigan to clean up as much as 1 million gallons of crude oil that spilled from a broken pipeline into the Kalamazoo River. There are concerns that the oil could reach Lake Michigan if it isn't stopped soon. Exactly when the 30-inch pipe burst is a point of contention. Residents in the little town of Marshall, Mich., say they smelled oil Sunday morning. Enbridge Energy Partners, the Canadian company that owns the pipeline, says it didn't ......

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