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Oil Spills Into N. J. Creek

September 07, 1990| Associated Press

PERTH AMBOY, N. J. — About 5,000 gallons of heavy heating oil spilled Thursday into a creek that feeds the spill-plagued waterway known as Arthur Kill, the Coast Guard reported. Officials said the creek had been double-boomed to contain the oil, which spilled when a storage tank collapsed.

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