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Topic - Juan Escalante
Escalante said the area where the spill occured is in the Andes mountains at about 13,000 feet (4,000 meters).
Pasco regional mining enviromental engineer Juan Escalante tells The Associated Press that an unknown quantity of toxic wastewater from the Atacocha mine escaped from a sedimentation well Wednesday into the Huallaga River.