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Salt Water Spill Reported in Billings County

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Officials are monitoring a salt water spill in Billings County that's reached Blacktail Creek.

The North Dakota Department Health says it's estimated 150 barrels of brine water were released from a disposal site. Some of it has reached a creek north of Belfield.

The spill was reported by Encore Energy Partners Operating LLC Wednesday.

The spill is located on U.S. Forest Service land--they're overseeing the clean-up.

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