There’s been a coal fire burning in Pennsylvania for 50+ years
It is hard to imagine that a fire could burn for more than a few weeks in any circumstances. Even forest fires burn themselves out after awhile. But when you consider oil wells or coal veins, you can imagine that there is enough fuel to burn for quite awhile. That’s exactly what happened in Pennsylvania––burning some garbage accidentally ignited a coal vein, which has been smoldering for years and years now. The interesting thing is that this isn’t the only such fire in existence!
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