Crude oil leaks from pipeline in Ventura County

The Associated Press

Southern California authorities are responding to a report of crude oil leaking from a pipeline in Ventura County.

 

VENTURA, Calif. (AP) — Southern California authorities are responding to a report of crude oil leaking from a pipeline in Ventura County.

The Ventura County Star newspaper (http://bit.ly/28RlRIA) reports that county and Ventura city firefighters responded to the scene just after 5:30 a.m. Thursday.

The amount of oil is uncertain.

County fire Capt. Mike Lindbery tells KNX news radio that oil has poured into a deep arroyo called the Prince Barranca and it could flow to the beach.

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