Crews remain at site of Keystone pipeline leak in Kansas

A stream coated in ice and oil.


Cleanup crews remain at the site of the Keystone pipeline rupture in Kansas two months after 55,000 barrels of oil spilled into a creek.

NPR affiliate, KMUW reports about 4 miles of  the Mill Creek remain closed while workers pull oil-covered ice and water from the creek near the city of Washington.

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