Report: Kansas Oil Spill Worst In Keystone History

Aftermath of an environmental disaster . . . 

"The Keystone pipeline spill in a creek running through rural pastureland in Washington County, Kansas, about 150 miles (240 kilometers) northwest of Kansas City, also was the biggest in the system’s history, according to U.S. Department of Transportation data. The operator, Canada-based TC Energy, said the pipeline that runs from Canada to Oklahoma lost about 14,000 barrels, or 588,000 gallons. "

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Keystone pipeline oil leak becomes biggest spill in history

Emergency crews are working throughout the weekend to contain the biggest oil spill in the history of the Keystone pipeline. Nearly 600,000 gallons of oil have gushed out of the pipeline into rural areas of Kansas.