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A Cleveland river once oozed and burned. It's now a hot spot.
by Erik Piepenburg
The New York Times Translate This Article
7 June 2019
On 7 June 2019 The New York Times reported:
From 1868 to 1969, the polluted Cuyahoga River, which cleaves Cleveland into east and west, caught fire 13 times. The Cuyahoga River burst into flames for the last time in 1969. As tourism climbs, the city celebrates the river's rebound 50 years later.
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