2 thoughts on “Oil line rupture”

  1. Read about this this morning. Interestingly, the rupture happened because of ‘routine maintenance’, or at least that is how the Globe & Mail reported it.


    Also I notice that it talks about toxic effects for marine wildlife, but doesn’ mention same for humans living in the affected area.

  2. The rupture happened because somebody either at Kinder Morgan or with the contractor didn’t have or didn’t provide proper information.

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