Ruptured Montana oil pipeline had earlier problem
Federal inspectors found a problem in an oil pipeline a month before it ruptured in a Montana river, but it was not significant enough to force a shutdown, the government's top pipeline regulator said Wednesday.
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#1 Jul 21, 2011
By Dwight Baker
Actions like these defy understanding to that end WHY TRY to understand or have a voice and maybe even a vote in helping solve these kinds of mishaps.
I would rather to support the local Governor in all his ways of taking the bull by the horns and demanding that things be done right now and going on into the future.
Last, what more can any of us do.
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