toxic spill

The 2015 spill of 3 million gallons of toxic wastewater from a defunct Colorado gold mine turned rivers orange.
Toxic elements are spreading downstream, which could pose risks in the future.
It is essential to diagnose TILT in susceptible individuals who experience long-lasting and diverse symptoms, including memory and concentration problems, fatigue, headaches, weakness and mood changes such as extreme irritability and depression. These patients often report gastrointestinal, respiratory and skin problems, and some even develop depression, addiction or violent behavior.