Hungary crews search for missing after red mud spill

Reuters: Hungarian crews were working to prevent seepage from a sludge reservoir of an alumina plant in western Hungary on Wednesday as rescue units searched for missing people in a flooded village. Hungary declared a state of emergency in three counties on Tuesday, a day after a torrent of toxic red sludge from an alumina plant tore through local villages, killing four people and injuring 120. Three people were reported missing. Gyorgy Bakondi, head of the National Disaster Unit (NDU) ......

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