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Zach Gaston, lead spill responder with Department of Ecology's Bellingham office, talks about an asphalt spill that occurred when a truck crashed on Everson Goshen Road on Thursday, Aug. 31, near Everson. The truck was carrying 6,800 gallons of asphalt though it's not clear how much spilled. Evan Abell The Bellingham Herald

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