A Toxic Sinkhole in Florida Spills Radioactive Water Into a Drinking Water Source

ABC News' David Muir reports the stories people have been buzzing about.
1:00 | 09/20/16

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Transcript for A Toxic Sinkhole in Florida Spills Radioactive Water Into a Drinking Water Source
Next unite here to toxic seeing Colin mulberry Florida not far from Tampa growing outrage after more than 200 million gallons of radioactive water. Spilled into the ground water below residents are outraged tonight that the company mosaic waited three weeks before notifying the public about the toxic leak. The company says it followed regulations and insists the contamination. Is confined. A deadly bus crash in North Carolina to charter bus carrying it junior college football team from Rock Hill South Carolina. Four people were killed including two players police say the bus blew a tire and hit a highway overpass. Also among the victims an eight year old boy the son of one of the coaches. And economy new tonight gas prices are on the rise in part to this country want lines forming at gas stations and Alabama Tennessee and the Carolinas sump pumps running dry. A ruptured pipeline in Alabama causing a supply shortage in the southeast. That shortage boosting the cost of gas more than twenty cents per gallon since last week they are repairing. That pipeline now.

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