Wastewater from Gold King Mine reaches New Mexico

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Wastewater from Gold King Mine reaches New Mexico

Utah, Glen Canyon brace for sludge
A warning sign on the Animas River keeps the public at bay as orange sludge from a mine spill upstream flows past Berg Park on Saturday in Farmington.
The contaminated Animas River reached New Mexico on Friday night. This photo was taken on County Road 2900, where Ruins Road intersects with U.S. Highway 550.

Wastewater from Gold King Mine reaches New Mexico

A warning sign on the Animas River keeps the public at bay as orange sludge from a mine spill upstream flows past Berg Park on Saturday in Farmington.
The contaminated Animas River reached New Mexico on Friday night. This photo was taken on County Road 2900, where Ruins Road intersects with U.S. Highway 550.
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