Hungary toxic spill reaches Danube branch

Guardian: A toxic red mud spill that killed four people in western Hungary has reached the Mosoni-Danube, a southern branch of the Danube, Hungarian disaster officials said today. Tibor Dobson of Hungary's national disaster unit told Reuters the spill reached the branch of Europe's second-longest river near Hungary's border with Slovakia and Austria this morning. But Dobson said the highly caustic slurry has been reduced to the point where it is unlikely to cause further damage to the ......

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