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A toxic mixture of chemical waste spilled from a factory in Hungary, a country in Central Europe, flooding three villages before reaching the Danube River. Eight people died from their injuries, 150 people were treated for chemical burns, and hundreds were evacuated. Gabor Figeczky of World Wildlife Fund-Hungary said the 158 million gallons of toxic waste could contaminate drinking water in the region.