California oil spill puts nearby wildlife at risk

California oil spill puts nearby wildlife at risk – CBS News

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Nearly 130,000 gallons of processed crude oil spilled into the Pacific Ocean after a pipeline ruptured along the Southern California coast, putting a nearby wildlife habitat and the area’s beaches at risk. Lilia Luciano reports.

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