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HUNGARY-SPILL/DANUBE
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October 08, 2010
Gypsum is dropped into the Marcal River in an attempt to neutralise the alkaline contamination from a...
MORICHIDA, Hungary
Gypsum is dropped into the Marcal River in an attempt to neutralise the alkaline contamination from a...
Gypsum is dropped into the Marcal River in an attempt to neutralise the alkaline contamination from a red sludge spill that has killed all water life in the river, in Morichida, 160 km (99 miles) west of Budapest October 8, 2010. Pollution levels from the spill in Hungary have declined and the Danube, one of Europe's longest rivers, has suffered no palpable damage so far, a spokesman for Hungarian disaster crews said on Friday. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
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