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AP Photo A cleanup worker wipes oil off his waders along side the Yellowstone River in Laurel, Mont., on Wednesday. An ExxonMobil pipeline near Laurel ruptured and spilled an estimated 1,000 barrels of crude into the Yellowstone.

EPA to test air, soil, wells in area affected by oil spill

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BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) -- Indoor air, cropland soils and residential wells downstream of a Yellowstone River oil spill will be tested for contamination after residents raised concerns about hazards from the tens of thousands of gallons of crude that poured into the watercourse, the Environmental Protection Agency said Thursday.

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