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Skagit County gasoline leak contained; pipeline set to restart

Beaver, 2 birds died after 20,000 gallons of fuel entered waterways

A hiker walks along a dike in Conway as large clouds cover most of the blue sky.
A hiker walks along a dike in Conway. A gasoline leak in Conway has been contained, after 20,000 gallons of fuel spilled into local waterways. One beaver died as a result. (Photo by Becky Mandelbaum)
By Ralph Schwartz Staff Reporter
BP is bringing its pipeline through Whatcom and Skagit counties back online, after it spilled 20,000
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