Life along the Kalamazoo River 5 years later. How have things changed for you?
We're coming up on the five-year anniversary of the largest inland oil spill in U.S. history.
On a Sunday evening, July 25, 2010, an Enbridge oil pipeline split open and dumped around 1 million gallons of thick, heavy, tar sands crude oil into Talmadge Creek and the Kalamazoo River.
No one knew there was a major oil spill underway until the next day.
Since that time there have been massive clean-ups, river restoration projects, real estate being bought and sold, and countless lawsuits.
If you live near the spill zone, have things changed for you? Are things the same?
We want to hear from people who have been affected by the Kalamazoo River oil spill. Leave your thoughts in the form below, or in the comments section below.