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US, Enbridge settle over Kalamazoo River spill

Assistant Attorney General John C. Cruden, from left, U.S. EPA public affairs specialist Rachel Bassler, U.S. EPA's on-scene coordinator Ralph Dollhopf, Assistant Attorney Patrick Miles and U.S. EPA Acting Region 5 Administrator Bob Kaplan talk to reporters about the settlement on Wednesday July 20, 2016. In the settlement, Enbridge is to pay $177 million for the largest inland oil spill in U.S. history that happened six years ago in the Kalamazoo River.


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US, Enbridge settle over Kalamazoo River spill