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them of not doing enough to get Flint to treat
the highly corrosive water or to urge a return
to a regional water supplier.
The trial centered on the engineering
firms and the effects of lead on four children,
not all Flint residents. The case's outcome
was being closely watched because there are
other cases pending against Veolia and LAN.
Veolia's lawyers said the firm was briefly
hired in the middle of the crisis, not before
the spigot was turned on. LAN said an
engineer repeatedly recommended that Flint
test the river water for weeks to determine
what treatments would be necessary.
Oil Spill in Kansas Creek Shuts
Down Keystone Pipeline
An oil spill in a creek in northeastern
Kansas led to a shutdown of TC Energy's
Keystone pipeline system in December after
the operators detected a drop in pipeline
pressure and moved to repair the problem.
Keystone, which carries oil from Canada
to the Texas Gulf Coast, spilled oil into a
creek in Washington County, Kan., about
150 miles northwest of Kansas City. The
company said in a news release the pipeline
segment where the spill occurred had
been isolated, and the company was using
booms to keep the spilled oil from moving
downstream. The volume or cause of the
spill were not initially available.
Randy Hubbard, the Washington County
Emergency Management coordinator, said
the spill occurred in an isolated area and no
evacuations were necessary
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Construction of 339-Mile
Underground Power Line
Starts in New York City
Construction has begun on an underground
electric transmission line that will deliver
Canadian hydropower to New York City as part
of an eff ort to make the Big Apple less reliant
on fossil fuels, state offi cials announced.
Once complete, the Champlain Hudson
Power Express will stretch 339 miles across
the state to deliver power produced by
Hydro-Qu├ębec. Construction will begin near
Whitehall, an upstate New York village about
79 miles north of Albany.
The new line will have a capacity to deliver
enough electricity to power more than a
million homes while also cutting carbon
emissions by 37 million metric tons,
company and state offi cials said.
The transmission line, which is scheduled
to be finished in 2026, would run beneath
Lake Champlain and the Hudson River
and along existing highways as it makes
its way south.
" We're very much in support of renewable
energy, " said Tracy Brown, the president
of environmental group Riverkeeper,
" But we remain concerned about the
impact on the Hudson. "
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