SALT LAKE CITY -- Authorities say all but a few barrels of diesel have been sopped up a month after a split pipeline leaked thousands of gallons of fuel in Northern Utah.
Officials said in a statement Friday that workers have lifted about 450 barrels from soil and marshes near Willard Bay State Park.
They have 24 barrels left to go and plan to have the area back to normal by early June.
Officials say the leftover diesel is not a threat to humans or wildlife.
State regulators slapped Chevron with an April violation notice for the 20,000-gallon fuel leak, Chevron's third in Utah in the last three years.
Chevron said in a statement that it is planning to run April tests on the pipeline running from Salt Lake City to Spokane, Wash.