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Samples from spill cove show taint, but humans called safe

Soil and sediment samples taken about four months after an Exxon Mobil pipeline ruptured and spilled thick crude oil into a Mayflower neighborhood showed that a Lake Conway cove was still contaminated enough with petroleum-related products to cause ecological but not human concerns, a state agency said Wednesday.

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  • Headline: Samples from spill cove show taint, but humans called safe
  • Publication: Arkansas, Pages 9 on 10/10/2013
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