EPA: Gold King Mine spill had no immediate, long-term impacts

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EPA: Gold King Mine spill had no immediate, long-term impacts

Study confirms other organizations’ findings
Peter Stevenson, on-scene coordinator for the Environmental Protection Agency, walks next to the contaminated waters of the Animas River on Aug. 9, 2015, at the 32nd Street bridge to observe water testing. The EPA has released a report that says there were no short-term or lasting impacts from the Gold King Mine spill, confirming what other groups have found.

EPA: Gold King Mine spill had no immediate, long-term impacts

Peter Stevenson, on-scene coordinator for the Environmental Protection Agency, walks next to the contaminated waters of the Animas River on Aug. 9, 2015, at the 32nd Street bridge to observe water testing. The EPA has released a report that says there were no short-term or lasting impacts from the Gold King Mine spill, confirming what other groups have found.
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