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TORCHED! $2 Million In Damage Done to Dakota Pipeline Equipment, Cops Say Arson

Thursday, October 20, 2016 13:13
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Authorities said arson is the likely cause of an Iowa fire that caused about $2 million in damage to Dakota Access oil pipeline construction equipment.

The Jasper County, Iowa, Sheriff’s Office and local fire departments responded to a fire Saturday in the town of Reasnor where bulldozers and an excavator were ablaze.

A preliminary investigation that included the FBI and the Iowa Fire Marshal found that the fires were intentionally set. It was at the same location that equipment was damaged in an Aug. 1 fire, which police suspect was started by vandals.



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