Thousands of trout and salmon and other fish species have been killed in a pollution spill. Five kilometres of the River Clodiagh, a tributary of the Tullamore river in Co Offaly and popular with local anglers, have been devastated in a suspected chemical leak. Inland Fisheries Ireland (IFI) said it is following a definite line of inquiry and it may take a considerable number of years for the river to recover…
Irish Independent, 21/08/`5. Read the full article ‘Thousands of fish found dead in Irish river due to ‘chemical leak’‘.

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