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Jonathan Potts

Occassionally? The Loyalhanna Creek, as it came into Latrobe at Legion Keener, was perpetually orange. A creek that ran behind St. Vincent's Lake also was orange. It was, I believe, from sulfur.

Further upstream, things were cleaner.

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