Posted February 09, 2018 03:04:23The Dadong River is one of South Korea’s largest water supplies and is a major source of pollution to the surrounding environment.

    The Dadang River is an important river for the farming community, and it provides an important supply of water to the region.

    The area around Dadong City, in the northeast of South Korean capital Seoul, has a population of nearly 3 million.

    It is home to a number of businesses and industrial complexes, including a number factories, factories and factories of various types.

    The water supply pipe that supplies Dadong with drinking water is about 8 feet (2 meters) in diameter, and the water pipes for the water treatment plant, a wastewater treatment plant and a factory are about 3 feet (1.8 meters) long.

    These pipes are also used for irrigation, and they have to be manually repaired to prevent corrosion.

    There is also a pipe from the river that connects the Dadong to the other rivers, including the Dan River, and that was damaged by a fire in 2012.

    The government says that the fire that destroyed the pipe was caused by a small tree that was uprooted during the summer.

    It is unclear whether the fire was deliberately set or caused by natural causes.

    The fire was contained in the nearby river, and firefighters were able to extinguish the fire, but they had to use a helicopter to do so.

    According to the Department of Geology, the fire broke out when the tree fell onto the pipe, and was caught on fire.

    The tree, which was about 2.5 feet (60 centimeters) in length, broke off the pipe after being caught on the pipes edge.

    The authorities said that the damage to the pipe is not believed to be related to the fire.

    But a spokesperson for the Department said that if the tree did not fall on the pipe when it broke off, then it could not be the cause of the fire because the damage was caused when the pipe broke.

    The damage to Dadong is expected to cost approximately $100,000 to $150,000.

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