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December 23, 1991 | From Associated Press
With their usual water sources threatened by remnants of a 420,000-gallon fuel oil leak, one town switched to an alternative source and a second laid pipe to a secondary reservoir, officials said Sunday. The oil began leaking Thursday when a 36-inch pipe ruptured into Little Durbin Creek, about 15 miles southeast of Greenville, S.C. The creek flows into the Enoree River, which furnishes drinking water to Clinton and Whitmire in northwest South Carolina.
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December 23, 1991 | From Associated Press
With their usual water sources threatened by remnants of a 420,000-gallon fuel oil leak, one town switched to an alternative source and a second laid pipe to a secondary reservoir, officials said Sunday. The oil began leaking Thursday when a 36-inch pipe ruptured into Little Durbin Creek, about 15 miles southeast of Greenville, S.C. The creek flows into the Enoree River, which furnishes drinking water to Clinton and Whitmire in northwest South Carolina.
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