Cleanup crews worked to remove sludge from the Coldwater Creek area south of Inez after a slurry pond held by Martin County Coal broke and released sludge, displacing 12 residents, in October 2000.
Cleanup crews worked to remove sludge from the Coldwater Creek area south of Inez after a slurry pond held by Martin County Coal broke and released sludge, displacing 12 residents, in October 2000. LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER
Cleanup crews worked to remove sludge from the Coldwater Creek area south of Inez after a slurry pond held by Martin County Coal broke and released sludge, displacing 12 residents, in October 2000. LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER

Emergency plans for slurry dams essential

March 12, 2012 12:00 AM

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