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Exxon, EPA say air quality at spill in Arkansas improving

Reuters: Environment

Thu, 4 Apr 2013

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Air quality in the Arkansas neighborhood where an Exxon Mobil Corp pipeline leaked thousands of barrels of Canadian crude has improved but was still unhealthy where workers were cleaning it up, the company and the U.S. environment regulator said on Thursday.

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