The last of the Dakota Access Pipeline protesters have broken camp.
The Bismarck Tribune reported evacuation got underway on schedule yesterday afternoon at the Dakota Access Pipeline protest camp.
A number of structures were set on fire during the day, including one to a building that was serving as the main entrance to the area.
As of last evening, nine people were reported arrested.

Meanwhile, the company in charge of construction says oil could start flowing in as little as two weeks.

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