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Published on Oct 5, 2010
Hungary has declared a state of emergency in three regions after deadly toxic sludge flooded two villages on Monday, killing four people. It happened when a waste reservoir at an aluminum plant burst. Around 120 people were taken to hospital suffering from chemical burns. Emergency services say the clean-up's almost complete and are trying to neutralize the toxins by pouring plaster into the sludge.