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The agency is revising earlier reports that the water in the Dan River contained safe levels of arsenic after a coal ash spill.
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Waterkeeper reported that lead concentration alone at the location is 50 times greater than the Environmental Protection Agency's recommendation for wildlife and 1000 times the maximum for drinking water.
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A stormwater pipe under an unlined coal ash pond at a shuttered plant in Eden, North Carolina, burst Sunday afternoon, draining tens of thousands of tons of coal ash into the Dan River.
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