Energy security analyst Rick Munroe pored over 14,000 pages of documents unearthed by the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board's probe into the Michigan pipeline rupture that fouled 38 miles of Kalamazoo river system causing $800 million in clean-up costs, as yet incomplete. Here is the story of that disaster told through the most pertinent documents.
In This Series
US investigators gathered 376 documents on the pipeline rupture nightmare. Direct from those pages, here's the story.
What investigators learned about first night of the Kalamazoo spill. Second in a series drawn from NTSB files.
Inside firm's communications and response breakdown after rupture was confirmed. Third in a series drawn from US investigators' files.
Michigan Representative hones in on releases firm sought from spill victims. Last in a series.