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Black Rain Plagues China

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Residents living in Hangzhou have expressed extreme discontent over a rather disgusting shower of rainfall which soaked the entire region in black filth, an event that has surprised few considering the grotesque amount of pollution the nation is so sadly known for.

Leaving behind what seemed like some kind of odious residue, the rain coated everything it touched in a sheet of black grunge:

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Even when the rain had dissipated, citizens stated they could still see black powder floating in the air, something further to worry about.

The local environmental protection bureau claimed that the revolting rain was caused by contamination at a nearby “abandoned factory”, where a work crew had apparently broken a tank, ejecting petroleum powder into the air and further clogging China’s already putrid skies – citizens have been assured that the powder however is not hazardous, so all is peachy as usual in the glorious middle kingdom.

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