INGHAM COUNTY (WWJ) – Crews will work through the weekend to clean up 126,000 gallons of gasoline that were lost in a leak from a storage tank system in Ingham County.

Nearly 200 workers are assigned to deal with the situation in White Oak Township

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So far, an estimated 19,000 gallons of blend grade gasoline has been recovered, according to Marathon Pipe Line, which owns the storage system.

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Crews have been working to clean up the spill since April 13, maintaining sorbent booms and pads which have been controlling the spread of the gasoline.

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There is no estimate on the cost of the cleanup. At this time, water well testing has shown no evidence of contamination to drinking water in the area.