On March 26, Exxon-Mobil’s “Pegasus” pipeline ruptured in an Arkansas neighborhood, spilling thousands of barrels of Canadian tar sands oil meant to be delivered to Texas refineries. Categorized as a major spill by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the incident forced 22 families out of their homes, as crews recovered 12,000 barrels of water and oil.

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