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More Than 200 Million Gallons of 'Slightly Radioactive' Water into Florida Aquifer

Friday, September 23, 2016   (0 Comments)

Company Didn't Notify Public For Three Weeks That Sinkhole Had Leaked More Than 200 Million Gallons of 'Slightly Radioactive' Water into Florida Aquifer

 

from: Weather.com

 

The public was not notified for three weeks after a massive sinkhole opened up underneath a storage pond in Florida, causing more than 200 million gallons of "slightly radioactive" contaminated wastewater to leak into one of the state's main underground resources of drinking water. Click here to read full article