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EPA scrambles to contain millions of gallons of mine waste in Animas River
Colorado and New Mexico are declaring stretches of the Animas and San Juan Rivers disaster areas nearly one week after a massive chemical spill began polluting rivers in parts of southwestern Colorado. NBC’s Miguel Almaguer reports.
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