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Central Floridians worried after sinkhole contaminates underground aquifer

More than 200 million gallons of waste from fertilizer plant has drained into water source; residents testing their wells
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A Massive Sinkhole Dropped 200 Million Gallons of Radioactive Water Into the Ground

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At a Florida fertilizer plant, a sinkhole 45 feet in diameter and 300 feet deep opened up in the ground—right underneath a giant pool of wastewater. More than 200 million gallons of contaminated water rushed down, into the aquifer t...

Radioactive Waste Leaked Into Florida Aquifer

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A massive sinkhole at a fertilizer plant in Mulberry, Florida, has caused about 215 million gallons of radioactive water to drain down into the Floridian aquifer system. The aquifer system supplies drinking water to millions of Flor...

Florida Aquifer Contaminated With 215 Million Gallons Of Radioactive Water, Mosaic Fertilizer Plant Asks Homeowners To Test Drinking Water Before Consumption

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A massive sinkhole opened in Florida, spilling approximately 250 million gallons of radioactive water into an Aquifer at the New Wales Fertilizer site. The Mosaic Fertilizer plant noticed the hazardous issue when water levels at the...

Sinkhole releases over 200 million gallons of toxic waste into Florida's drinking water

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A sinkhole in Florida caused around 980 million liters, or about 258 million gallons, of contaminated water from a fertilizer plant to leak into an aquifer that officials say is a primary drinking water source. The contaminated wate...

Sinkhole leaks fertilizer plant's contaminated waste water into Florida aquifer

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More than 200 million gallons of contaminated waste water from a fertilizer plant in central Florida leaked into one of the state's main underground sources of drinking water after a massive sinkhole opened up beneath a storage pond...

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