Ohio regulators are working at a gas well that started spewing what’s believed to be brine water from fracking into the environment more than a week ago.

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources, which regulates the oil and gas industry, said in an email that it was notified on Sunday, January 24 that fluid, what the agency called “produced brine,” was spraying out of an oil and gas well in the Crooked Tree area near Dexter City in Noble County.

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