Fish were found in the Mahoning River in Youngstown last week. It was
the first time in 25 years. Chemicals discharged into the Mahoning by
the steel mills that line its banks for miles & miles normally kill all
living things. Hot from steel mill sewage, the river has not frozen in
many a puddler's memory, until this winter.
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