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Red Mud Flows Through The Streets Of Brazil (22 pics)

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  • 13 Nov, 2015  |
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Red mud is flowing in Brazil close to the city of Bento Rodrigues. Two dams which were restricting waste water recently burst and released toxic mud into the area. Now citizens are struggling to clean it up and get back to normal.

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№1 Author: Ben2017 (13 Nov 2015 04:41) Total user comments: 2040


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lets blame global warming.
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№2 Author: Tomaz86 (13 Nov 2015 15:50) Total user comments: 10832


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I live in the country of incompetence, I live in Brazil!
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№3 Author: Phynix4 (13 Nov 2015 18:29) Total user comments: 5461


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rough row to hoe...clean up will take many years.
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№4 Author: plat1n (14 Nov 2015 03:26) Total user comments: 129


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Is this because they cut out the rain forest, so now naked ground can't hold much water from the rain and the ground turns into mud and flows down from the hills?
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№5 Author: Aindy (14 Nov 2015 12:25) Total user comments: 2863


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Quote: plat1n
Is this because they cut out the rain forest, so now naked ground can't hold much water from the rain and the ground turns into mud and flows down from the hills?


No. It mentions it in the post. A dam burst. Full of sewage. Nasty.
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