“In 2015, a flood of contaminated water used to fight a fire at Indiana’s Warsaw Chemical Company spilled into nearby Winona Lake. Carrying a flood of commercial car wash dyes, the spill washed downhill from the plant, melting the February ice at the lake’s surface and leaving limp silhouettes of bluegill floating in water stained a deep blue.”

Where Does That Flower Bloom by Conner Gordon (1/4)

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