Officials to inspect ruptured Mich. oil pipeline

Associated Press: A ruptured section of pipeline that spewed hundreds of thousands of gallons of oil into a southern Michigan river will be ready for inspection and removal shortly, officials said Thursday. The damaged segment has been hard to reach since the spill was reported July 26 because it's in a marshy, oil-covered area of Calhoun County. It will be examined in the ground at first and eventually cut out and shipped to a National Transportation Safety Board lab for tests, regulators ......

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