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By TERRI LIKENS
A "slime" layer that took investigators more than two months to find and the angle of storage cells walls contributed to the massive release of 5.4 million cubic yards of fly ash on the Swan Pond peninsula and Emory River, according to an engineering analysis of the disaster.
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