River turns red in St. Petersburg, Russia in video and pictures


The Murzinka River turned red in St. Petersburg, Russia on May 12, 2018. The strange phenomenon was shot from a residential house. You clearly see that the river has turned brown-red:

According to social network discussions, the river constantly changes color, “like a chameleon, from poisonous-yellow to blood-red, it flows into the Neva.

A river in St Petersburg, Russia turned red on May 12, 2018.
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The highly polluted Murzinka River is an affluent of the huge Neva River in St Petersburg.

“Murzinka River: today it is red and foams, tomorrow it has a deep greenish to black color” says a publication of one of the users of the social network.

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According to social networks the river constantly changes color.
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This time its water became red!

I would not eat a fish coming from this highly polluted river (… And neither from the NEVA actually). Pollution is all around. Let’s try to fight against it!

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В река Мурзинка окрасилась в кроваво-красный цвет-VK
В Санкт-Петербурге приток Невы окрасился в красный цвет-IZ
Власти Петербурга не нашли нефтепродуктов в покрасневшем притоке Невы-RBC





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