In North Dakota, a breach in the Keystone pipeline Wednesday flooded a rural wetland with crude oil from Canada’s tar sands. Walsh County Emergency Management distributed photos of the massive spill, which it said was over a quarter-mile long and 15 feet wide. The agency said the pipeline’s operator TC Energy — formerly known as TransCanada — had yet to fix the leak by late Wednesday and that an unknown quantity of oil had leaked.
Keystone Pipeline Breach Spills Oil in North Dakota
HeadlineOct 31, 2019