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Kadir Celik, the shepard who lives close to where tonnes of glass wool were dumped in early 1980s. He needs to buy and carry litres of water everyday for his sheep because the nearby river the animals used to drink from is now too polluted. <br />
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''The river runs poison. Around a month ago, I caught one of the sheep drinking from it and forced her back up. That night she got so sick, she got heavy diarrhoea. She was pregnant and two days later she miscarried. You can recognise her from among the herd, she's the skinniest and the weakest.''