Coal ash spill disaster devastates Tennessee community

The idyllic lifestyle of residents along the Emory and Tennessee rivers was changed forever Dec. 22, when more than 1 billion pounds of toxic coal ash sludge flooded more than 300 acres. The coal ash, a waste by-product from the Kingston Fossil Plant, a TVA energy production facility, burst through a retention pond retaining wall at the site and devastated the surrounding land and waterways.

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