Court won't revive lawsuit over 2010 oil spill
Updated: Tuesday, April 16 2013, 10:50 PM EDT
MARSHALL, Mich. (AP) - The owners of a Marshall child care center who claim an oil spill killed their business can no longer sue Enbridge Energy.
The Michigan appeals court says a Calhoun County judge was right to dismiss the lawsuit by Clyde and JoAnn Griffin. The case was thrown out on technical grounds when Enbridge complained that the Griffins didn't turn over certain documents.
The couple owned Play Care Learning Center in Marshall. The Griffins say parents removed their kids and the business never recovered after an Enbridge oil pipeline ruptured in 2010, releasing chemicals into the air.
A bank foreclosed on the property.