This is the first two paragraphs from today's Anchorage Daily News.
"As many as 80 workers were hustling Monday to clean up oily water in what ranks as one of the largest industrial spills ever seen in the North Slope oil fields."
"The spill came from a buried pipeline at a gravel production pad on the western side of the Kuparuk oil field. Kuparuk is the Slope's biggest oil field after Prudhoe Bay."
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