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In early August, an error by personnel supervised by the EPA caused millions of gallons of mine waste to pour into a Colorado river that provides drinking water for thousands of nearby residents.
An EPA-supervised crew working inside the abandoned Gold King Mine in Colorado accidentally breached a wall holding back wastewater containing heavy metals, such as arsenic and lead.
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