Therit Winstead, left, and his cousin Bob Auman of Raleigh walk along the banks of the Dan River March 11, 2014. They are walking on land Winstead has owned for decades in Danville, Va. Winstead and his neighbors are worried about the long-term, unseen effects of the coal ash spill 20 miles upstream.
Therit Winstead, left, and his cousin Bob Auman of Raleigh walk along the banks of the Dan River March 11, 2014. They are walking on land Winstead has owned for decades in Danville, Va. Winstead and his neighbors are worried about the long-term, unseen effects of the coal ash spill 20 miles upstream. cjarvis@newsobserver.com
Therit Winstead, left, and his cousin Bob Auman of Raleigh walk along the banks of the Dan River March 11, 2014. They are walking on land Winstead has owned for decades in Danville, Va. Winstead and his neighbors are worried about the long-term, unseen effects of the coal ash spill 20 miles upstream. cjarvis@newsobserver.com

Dan River coal-ash pollution angers and worries Virginians

March 22, 2014 06:08 AM

UPDATED February 15, 2015 10:44 AM

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