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Local residents get water from a fire engine Wednesday in Yingde, in southern China's Guangdong Province. An excessive discharge of cadmium from a state-owned smelter has caused serious water pollution to the Bei River, a major source of drinking water for cities in the northern part of Guangdong.

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