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Navy says operator error caused Hawaii pipeline leak

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HONOLULU (AP) — The U.S. Navy said Tuesday that operator error caused it to release 1,618 gallons of jet fuel from a pipeline at its Red Hill fuel tank storage facility in Hawaii, but that the leak didn’t come from any of the massive tanks themselves.

Navy Region Hawaii said in a news release that the Navy recovered all but 38 gallons of fuel from the leak on May 6.

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