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Navajo Nation 'Lifeline' Under Threat from Toxic Mine Spill

The Navajo community is fearing for its land and livelihood as 3 million gallons of yellow water laden with lead, arsenic, and other heavy metals on Wednesday flowed through its territory.

According to the Associated Press on Wednesday, since the August 5 spill at the Gold King Mine, the 100-mile plume has traveled down more.


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