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Images capture pipeline spraying crude oil in Ecuador’s rainforest

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In Ecuador, local activists captured images of a damaged pipeline spraying crude oil within the country’s rainforest. NBC News’ Priscilla Thompson reports on how the government is now saying the pipeline operators will face legal consequences as cleanup is underway with some fearing the oil could reach local waterways.