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New Delhi garbage dump spontaneously combusts during record Indian heatwave

Amid a scorching heatwave, a landfill site in New Delhi, India, spontaneously ignited, spewing toxic smoke into the air for three days, according to sources abc news.

This is no ordinary landfill. According to ABC, the dump is more like a mountain of garbage, taller than a 17-story building and wider than 50 football pitches. (So ​​a pile of garbage that is more than 240 feet or 73 meters high and more than 15,000 feet or 4,572 meters long). Video captured from a nearby freeway and shared on Reddit on Tuesday (April 26) shows a towering inferno billowing toxic smoke into the air as hordes of motorists halt traffic to enjoy the spectacle.



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