State water officials are worried that toxic underground water from the Geer Road landfill is moving toward the Tuolumne River. The gates are locked and the entrance of the landfill is permanently closed, Thursday afternoon.
State water officials are worried that toxic underground water from the Geer Road landfill is moving toward the Tuolumne River. The gates are locked and the entrance of the landfill is permanently closed, Thursday afternoon. Bart Ah You Modesto Bee file
State water officials are worried that toxic underground water from the Geer Road landfill is moving toward the Tuolumne River. The gates are locked and the entrance of the landfill is permanently closed, Thursday afternoon. Bart Ah You Modesto Bee file

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