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Around 100,000 gallons of manure have spilled into two streams in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, killing off fish in the area.

A manure storage facility suffered a failure, causing the spill. Officials say that there is no threat to drinking water despite the waterways being used to supply water to a reservoir. The dead fish were found leading up to the reservoir.

Source: 100,000 gallons of manure spill into PA waterways | WHP


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