Most of the aquatic animals that live in a thirty mile stretch of Dunkard Creek died in 2009. The creek runs from Morgantown, West Virginia into Greene County, Pennsylvania. Regulatory investigators spent months trying to figure out what happened.
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People who live near Dunkard Creek in West Virginia and southwestern Pennsylvania are frustrated over how the West Virginia Department of
There's been a lot of speculation about what led to the fish kill at Dunkard Creek.