The river Bečva, in Moravia, has been struck by the worst environmental disaster in over a decade. A forty-kilometre stretch of the river near Přerov was contaminated by cyanide from an unknown source several days ago. Since then fishermen have netted over thirty tons of dead fish from the river which experts say has been totally devastated. I spoke to Pavel Vrána from the Czech and Moravian Fishing Association about the extent of the disaster.  


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