Footage Showing aftermath of Mining Dam Collapse in Brazil

Video published originally by RT on 06/11/15.

 

Aerial footage shows the devastating impact that the breach of the tailings dam had on the town of Bento Rodrigues. The toxic mud threw cars onto roofs, flooded the streets and surrounded area and 27 people are presumed dead. The mine was operated by Samarco, who have had their license suspended, but owned by BHP Billiton and Vale.

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Footage Showing aftermath of Mining Dam Collapse in Brazil

Footage Showing aftermath of Mining Dam Collapse in Brazil

  • Written on: 10 November 2015
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