Mont. oil-fouled debris from Exxon being torched

Associated Press: State workers set fire to an oil-tainted logjam on an island along the Yellowstone River on Tuesday, the last of dozens of debris piles smeared with crude from an Exxon Mobil pipeline break that dumped 42,000 gallons of oil into the waterway. Two employees of the Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation, Derek Yeager and Matt Wolcott, used drip torches to ignite the woody debris as Exxon Mobil contractors looked on. With a blast of heat and a spiral of smoke, the fire spread......

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