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An aerial view shows overturned cars in the red sludge yard of a house in Kolontar, 167 kms southwest of Budapest, Hungary, taken on Tuesday, Oct. 5, 2010, after the wall of a reservoir containing slurry from an alumina factory in nearby Ajka broke, and over one million cubic meters of the poisonous chemical sludge inundated three villages.  (AP Photo/MTI, Gyoergy Varga)
Photo by: Gyoergy Varga
An aerial view shows overturned cars in the red sludge yard of a house in Kolontar, 167 kms southwest of Budapest, Hungary, taken on Tuesday, Oct. 5, 2010, after the wall of a reservoir containing slurry from an alumina factory in nearby Ajka broke, and over one million cubic meters of the poisonous chemical sludge inundated three villages. (AP Photo/MTI, Gyoergy Varga)

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