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Federal and state environmental officials worked over the weekend to mitigate the fallout from last Wednesday’s Keystone Pipeline rupture that leaked about 14,000 barrels of crude oil into a Kansas creek. A satellite image shows emergency crews working to clean up the crude oil spill along Mill Creek following the leak at the Keystone Pipeline operated by TC Energy, in Washington County, Kansas, on Dec. 10, 2022. In this photo taken by a drone, cleanup continues in the area where the ruptured Keystone pipeline dumped oil into a creek in Washington County, Kansas, on Dec. 9, 2022.

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