Thousands of fish dead after Thames sewerage overflow

Guardian: A satellite view of the Thames. Thousands of fish are dead after sewage overflowed into the river. Pollution teams on Thursday were still clearing up the Thames in west London four days after 450,000 tonnes of raw household and industrial sewage overflowed into the river. The incident, which occurred after nearly 30mm of rain fell in a few hours on Sunday, killed tens of thousands of fish and left condoms, faeces and other pollution on riverbanks. There are fears that a similar incident could......

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