No drinking wells were contaminated by a 17,000-gallon gasoline spill at Walt Disney World, state environmental officials say, and the theme park has begun a $250,000 cleanup.

"Their program sounds good to us," said Alex Alexander, director of the Department of Environmental Regulation's central Florida district.Gas-soaked soil will be burned and contaminated ground water pumped to the surface and cleansed in the cleanup, expected to take 12 weeks. The spill was discovered Oct. 10.

The equivalent of two tanker-truck loads of gasoline leaked into the ground from a faulty connecting pipe.