Central Morning | Jan 3, 2013 | 6:49

Concern Remains regarding South Brook's Water

People in South Brook can drink their water again. But at least one person is still concerned about contamination from the tailings pond at the former Gullbridge copper mine. Before Christmas the tailings dam burst sending heavy metals downstream. Andre Beaupre - former deputy mayor of South Brook - says that wasn't the first breach. And he's worried about the river - running right beside his house.

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