From left, Tom Augspurger and John Fridell of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Rick Smith of Duke Energy take a core sample during a Feb. 8, 2014, reconnaissance of the Dan River coal ash spill.
From left, Tom Augspurger and John Fridell of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Rick Smith of Duke Energy take a core sample during a Feb. 8, 2014, reconnaissance of the Dan River coal ash spill. Steve Alexander U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
From left, Tom Augspurger and John Fridell of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Rick Smith of Duke Energy take a core sample during a Feb. 8, 2014, reconnaissance of the Dan River coal ash spill. Steve Alexander U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

On anniversary of coal ash spill, NC officials flip-flopping on risk assessments

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