Saltwater pipeline in northwest North Dakota Ruptured
MOHALL, N.D. (AP) -- A Texas company says an underground saltwater pipeline ruptured in northwest North Dakota and flooded about 40 acres of farmland and wetlands.
Frisco-based Petro Harvester Operating Co. tells the Minot Daily News that the break in the 3-inch pipeline was discovered last week and immediately reported to state regulators and the health department.
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