Study finds no lasting impacts from Gold King Mine spill

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Study finds no lasting impacts from Gold King Mine spill

Animas River returned to pre-event conditions a week after blowout
Peter Stevenson, on-scene coordinator for the EPA, walks next to the contaminated water of the Animas River at the 32nd Street bridge three years ago to observe water testing. A three-year study of water quality found no lasting impacts from the Gold King Mine spill in 2015.

Study finds no lasting impacts from Gold King Mine spill

Peter Stevenson, on-scene coordinator for the EPA, walks next to the contaminated water of the Animas River at the 32nd Street bridge three years ago to observe water testing. A three-year study of water quality found no lasting impacts from the Gold King Mine spill in 2015.
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