The cleanup of an oil spill that released about 45,000 gallons of crude June 23 near a Ventura, Calif., neighborhood could continue for several more weeks, local news sources reported. According to KCOY Channel 12 Santa Barbara, more than 150 workers continue to clean up the spill, which erupted from an underground pipeline owned by Crimson Pipeline of Denver, Colo. The oil formed a small lake near a Hall Canyon Road neighborhood and traveled several hundred yards down a dry barranca. Unlike last year’s Plains All American Pipeline spill in Santa Barbara, the Crimson Pipeline spill in Ventura did not ... Read More
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