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‘Pit of Infection’: A Border Town’s Crisis Has Nothing to Do With Migrants

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The New River, which flows across the border between Calexico, Ca., and Mexicali, Mexico, has long been contaminated with sewage and industrial waste.CreditCreditEmily Kask for The New York Times

‘Pit of Infection’: A Border Town’s Crisis Has Nothing to Do With Migrants

Noxious sewage contaminated with feces, industrial chemicals and other raw waste crosses the border through the binational New River.

The New River, which flows across the border between Calexico, Ca., and Mexicali, Mexico, has long been contaminated with sewage and industrial waste.CreditCreditEmily Kask for The New York Times

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