published Thursday, January 1st, 2009

Video: Ash spill demolition

  • Video: Ash spill demolition
    Watch as Roane County, Tenn., resident Crystell Flinn explains her experiences following the coal-ash spill last month that blanketed more than 300 acres surrounding the TVA’s Kingston steam plant. Mrs. Flinn’s home was destroyed after an earthen retaining wall around the plant's ash pond broke, emptying 5.4 million cubic yards of coal ash into the adjacent river and low-lying properties.
  • Video: Ash spill aftermath
    Watch as Terry and Sandy Gupton explain the effects a coal-ash spill that flooded part of their farm property near Harriman, Tenn. Coal ash blanketed more than 300 acres surrounding the TVA steam plant after an earthen retaining wall around the Kingston plant's ash pond broke in late December, emptying 5.4 million cubic yards of coal ash into the adjacent river and low lying properties.
  • Video: Ash spill clean up
    Watch as Francie Harkenrider, owner of the Watts Bar Belle boat and restaurant docked near Kingston, Tenn., describes the effects that the TVA’s coal ash spill is having on her business. Coal ash blanketed more than 300 acres surrounding the Kingston steam plant after an earthen retaining wall around the plant's ash pond broke in December, emptying 5.4 million cubic yards of coal ash into the adjacent river and low lying properties.
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