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Mystery foam seen floating on River Clyde

Foam has mysteriously appeared in the river. Picture: John Devlin

Foam has mysteriously appeared in the river. Picture: John Devlin

EXPERTS from the Scottish Environment Protection Agency are trying to ascertain the origins of a large mass of foam seen floating on the Clyde in Glasgow.

The foam is thought to be pouring into the river from an overflow pipe near the Tradeston Bridge.

A statement from Sepa said: “Sepa currently has a number of officers committed to investigating the pollution incident in the River Clyde and samples will be taken for testing to determine any potential impact of the substance on the local environment.

“Efforts are also ongoing to determine the source of the pollution.”

 

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