Last November, just a day after Michigan Governor Rick Snyder announced an agreement demanding a host of safeguards along Enbridge Energy’s Line 5, state environmental regulators received an alert that the pipeline had sprung a small leak near a creek in a swampy patch of Crawford County, Michigan. This leak and others in years past demonstrate risks along the entire pipeline that crosses nearly 400 bodies of water in Michigan. Read the full story by Bridge Magazine.
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