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This photo released by Petroecuador Tuesday, June 4, 2013 shows an aerial view of an oil spill in Ecuador's Coca River caused when a landslide damaged a main pipeline of Ecuador's state oil company, near the volcano El Reventador, in Ecuador's Amazonian region, Friday, June 1, 2013. The Friday landslide damaged the trans-Ecuador pipeline, causing the spill of some 420,000 gallons (1.6 million liters) of crude oil. Some entered the Coca river, a tributary of the Amazon that also flows through Peru and Brazil. (AP Photo/ Petroecuador)

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This photo released by Petroecuador Tuesday, June 4, 2013 shows an aerial view of an oil spill in Ecuador's Coca River caused when a landslide damaged a main pipeline of Ecuador's state oil company, near the volcano El Reventador, in Ecuador's Amazonian region, Friday, June 1, 2013. The Friday landslide damaged the trans-Ecuador pipeline, causing the spill of some 420,000 gallons (1.6 million liters) of crude oil. Some entered the Coca river, a tributary of the Amazon that also flows through Peru and Brazil. (AP Photo/ Petroecuador)
This photo released by Petroecuador Tuesday, June 4, 2013 shows an aerial view of an oil spill in Ecuador's Coca River caused when a landslide damaged a main pipeline of Ecuador's state oil company, near the volcano El Reventador, in Ecuador's Amazonian region, Friday, June 1, 2013. The Friday landslide damaged the trans-Ecuador pipeline, causing the spill of some 420,000 gallons (1.6 million liters) of crude oil. Some entered the Coca river, a tributary of the Amazon that also flows through Peru and Brazil. (AP Photo/ Petroecuador)
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