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Texas company settles Oklahoma pollution lawsuit


March 23, 2018

DUNCAN, Okla. (AP) — A Texas-based oil field service company has settled a lawsuit with more than 100 southern Oklahoma residents who allege their homes and businesses were damaged by groundwater contamination caused by the company.

Halliburton Energy Services acknowledges the pollution but disputes the allegations of property damage, The Journal Record reported.

Two subsidiaries of the company in Oklahoma performed industrial cleaning on missile parts and deconstructed radioactive equipment from a nuclear power plant decades ago. The company didn't properly clean up the site after the co...

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