[Photo courtesy of EPA]

Crews are working to cleanup an oil spill in the San Juan River near the Sand Island boat ramp in Bluff. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) said three or four barrels of the oil reached the San Juan River when a leaking transmission pipeline was found at a wellhead gathering facility near Montezuma Creek in an area adjacent to the Navajo Nation. Other sources now site that more than 25 barrels (more than 1,000 gallons) of oil have spilled, but the EPA has not posted any updated documents or information about the spill to its website since March 3. [Photo courtesy of EPA]