A river on the island of Crete flowed with red water and the smell of blood (PHOTOS) – The Old Continent – The World – NOVA News

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Greek police are investigating the case

Greek police are investigating why the waters of a river on the island of Crete have turned red, Kathimerini reported in its online edition.

Residents noticed yesterday that in the area of ​​the city of Moires, Heraklion prefecture, the local river Geropotamos is red and the smell of blood wafts from its waters.

Local police have sent a patrol to the area. According to some residents, the red color of the river is due to blood that came from the municipal slaughterhouse.

Source: BTA

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