Every leak will have a hole

Looks like it’s happened again — a large quantity of wet coal ash has spilled into the Potomac River according to the Maryland Department of the Environment.

Potomac River coal fly ash spillA ‘dime sized’ hole developed Sunday and was discovered at 6:00 a.m. Monday.

Workers on Tuesday were cleaning up the spill on the Potomac which contains high concentrations of selenium, sulfate, arsenic, iron, manganese….

Fly ash is now on the way to Capitol Hill where there’s a ‘dime sized’ hole in too many noggins.