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CPW monitoring Monument Creek after HazMat spill

(COLORADO SPRINGS) — Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) is monitoring Monument Creek where it intersects with Garden of the Gods Road after a 200-gallon oil spill on Thursday, Jan. 12 sent motor oil down a culvert and into the creek.

CPW said aquatic biologists Cory Noble and Alex Jouney, as well as wildlife Officer Cassidy English responded to the spill Thursday morning. As the Colorado Springs Fire Department (CSFD) Hazardous Materials (HazMat) crews worked to contain the oil and clear the roadway east of I-25 where the spill occurred, CPW teams headed down to the creek to assess the damage.

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