Beavers injured by fuel spill released back into wild

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WILLARD BAY, Utah -- Several beavers who were nearly killed after a fuel spill will be released back into the wild Tuesday.

The beavers were injured when fuel spilled from a Chevron pipeline into Willard Bay in March.

Wildlife experts said the beavers are back to full physical health. They've been recovering at the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of northern Utah since they were rescued from Willard Bay.

The Beavers are credited with containing the fuel spill because of their dam.

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