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Toxic foam inundates Bellandur Lake in India

Large amount of foam was seen floating on Bengaluru’s Bellandur Lake, a 1.4-square-mile lake, that for years has been polluted by chemical and sewage waste. Containing oil and phosphorus, the smooth puffs carry a strong stench, which has been blamed for people in the city suffering from nose burns and itchy skin. What’s worse, the froth is flammable, with images showing that the lake had caught fire in May this year.

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