GRAND MARSH, WI (WTAQ) - The federal government said Tuesday it will not let Enbridge Energy re-start its crude oil pipeline that broke in Adams County, until the line is upgraded or replaced. Just over 50,000 gallons of crude oil leaked out last Friday, after the 24-inch pipeline broke in the town of Grand Marsh. The oil gushed a-thousand-feet into the air and it covered a house, an acre of woods, five acres of farm pasture, and some farm animals. The DNR now says contaminated soil was removed from the pasture, plus oil-covered trees. The U.S. Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration says Enbridge must submit a plan to re-start the entire pipeline from Superior to Chicago – and it has to conduct special tests and a failure analysis for the section that busted last Friday. In a statement, U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood called the incident unacceptable. LaHood said he would meet soon with top Enbridge officials – and they’ll have to show why they should be allowed to keep operating the line without a major overhaul or replacement. The cause of the leak is not known. Three other adjacent Enbridge oil pipelines continue to operate.