Removal of ruptured of Mich. oil pipeline begins

AP: Enbridge Inc. executives said Friday they had no timetable for resuming the flow of oil through a damaged pipeline that failed last week and poured hundreds of thousands of gallons of crude into a southern Michigan river. The Canadian company was removing a roughly 100-foot damaged section of the 30-inch line in a marshy area of Calhoun County. Federal officials planned an initial inspection at the site once the job was completed. Afterward, a segment containing the rupture ......

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