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    The affected area is 100 miles south west of Budapest. The Hungarian govt says its own tests have shown the mud isn't dangerous. Greenpeace says there are high levels of Nickel and Cadmium in soil samples taken from around the plant. the Hungarian Academy of Science says the layer of mud is very thin and no threat to water reserves.
    There are no major road closures. Local roads around Kolontar may be affected. almost 10 years ago

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