A Massive Acid Spill in Mexico Has Turned This River Red and Toxic
TakePart.com | August 24, 2014
More than 10 million gallons of sulfuric acid from one of the world’s largest copper mines spilled into two major rivers—the Sonora and the Bacanuchi—in northern Mexico earlier this month, cutting the water supply of 20,000 people and closing 88 schools. Some locals even fear eating food.
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