As coal companies point fingers, Wyoming County residents say they’re being poisoned by a contaminated creek

Source:, March 25, 2024
By: Erin Beck

As they drive a truck hauling bottled water along the twists and turns of Route 16, Richard Altizer and James Christian point out the sights along Indian Creek.

There’s where slimy film continues to stick to foul-smelling water. There’s where people’s pets and livestock have died. And there’s the place where they gutted a deer to find its veins, heart and liver were neon yellow. Read more.

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