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During an environmental cleanup of an abandoned mine in the mountains of Colorado, the EPA spilled one million gallons of contaminated acidic water into a creek that drains into the San Juan River. (Mark Van Scyoc/Shutterstock.com)

(Bloomberg) — An environmental cleanup of an abandoned mine in the mountains of Colorado went horribly wrong, leading to the spill of one million gallons of contaminated water into a creek that eventually drains into the San Juan River.

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