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A polluted ditch on I-25 between Colorado Springs, Colorado and Pueblo, Colorado.

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current01:07, 28 March 2008Thumbnail for version as of 01:07, 28 March 20083,264 × 2,448 (7.1 MB)David Shankbone== Summary == {{Information |Description= A polluted ditch on I-25 between Colorado Springs, Colorado and Pueblo, Colorado. |Source=self-made |Date= March 2008 |Author= David Shankbone
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