‘It’s like a lava flow moving slowly toward Danville’

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About a dozen types of fish — and the creatures they depend on for food — live in the Dan River, where nearly 85,000 tons of coal ash spilled into the water from a broken pipe Sunday upriver in Eden, N.C.

Toxic substances from the coal ash concern Matt Wasson, program director Appalachian Voices, a non-profit environmental organization.

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