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Kansas oil spill biggest in Keystone pipeline history

A ruptured section of the Keystone Oil Pipeline dumped nearly 600,000 gallons of crude oil into a Kansas creek. The Environmental Protection Agency says no drinking water was affected — but nearby residents are complaining of a strong odor.
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