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Enbridge Line 9 pipeline protest prompts three arrests | CTV London News


Enbridge Line 9 pipeline protest prompts three arrests | CTV London News: Three people were arrested in Sarnia following a protest of Enbridge's Line 9 pipeline on Monday morning.

Line 9 is a mass oil pipeline that flows underground from Sarnia to Montreal. It's been the centre of controversy for many aboriginals and environmentalists.

Supporters of the protesters say a manual hand wheel was used to interrup the flow of oil about 7:30 a.m. Monday for two hours.

"There's a valve, and you turn it, and that's it. It's off. Anyone could have done this, anyone," says Lindsay Gray, who supports the protesters.

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