Crews excavating North Dakota land af...

Crews excavating North Dakota land after large spill

Crews in North Dakota are excavating pastureland after more than 120,000 gallons of oil and drilling wastewater overflowed from a tank. State environmental scientist Bill Suess says the spill happened Wednesday near Marmarth, in southwestern North Dakota, at a site operated by Texas-based Denbury Onshore.

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