Estimates by a team of experts using a drone said in February that a coal ash pond at Duke Energy's Dan River Steam Station leaked at least 35 million tons of coal ash after a drainage pipe leaked.
Estimates by a team of experts using a drone said in February that a coal ash pond at Duke Energy's Dan River Steam Station leaked at least 35 million tons of coal ash after a drainage pipe leaked. jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
Estimates by a team of experts using a drone said in February that a coal ash pond at Duke Energy's Dan River Steam Station leaked at least 35 million tons of coal ash after a drainage pipe leaked. jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com

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