Oil firm accused over Kalamazoo spill ‘handled response like Keystone Cops’

Guardian: A scathing government investigation into a devastating oil spill on Michigan's Kalamazoo River found the pipeline company overlooked danger signs for five years before the accident and handled their response like the "Keystone Cops". The July 2010 rupture of the Enbridge pipeline caused the most damaging onshore oil spill in US history, poisoning 35 miles of waterway and exposing 320 people to crude oil. Clean-up costs were more than $800m. The US National Transportation Board said in presenting......

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