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A toxic crisis in America’s coal country

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Monday 16:20 GMT

In the shadow of some of America's most controversial coal mines, where companies use huge amounts of explosives to blow the tops off mountains, isolated communities say their water has been poisoned.

"My grandfather was a coal miner, my dad was a coal miner, but if the mines tear something up I think they should replace it.


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