Pipeline company starts Jackson spill response efforts

In response to the gasoline pipeline leak in Jackson, Wis., the West Shore Pipeline Company has created a combination of ways that it says will assist people affected by the leak.

  • In response to the gasoline pipeline leak in Jackson, Wis., the West Shore Pipeline Company has created a combination of ways that it says will assist people affected by the leak.

  • The response follows 17 private wells being contaminated by benzene. People in the "Flush Only" zone are living another day without clean water coming through faucets.

  • She and her husband are staying at a hotel so she can shower, but she also has to stay home and take care of her sick mother.

  • The West Shore Pipe Line company says the claims center and hotline will help people with "answering claim questions, submitting claims, arranging bottled water deliveries for residents within the Wisconsin DNR's Drinking Water Advisory area...arrange local hotel accommodations for residents within the Wisconsin DNR's Flush Only Advisory area."