Authorities in the central Mexican state of Puebla said excess detergents from homes that drain into streams feeding the Valsequillo reservoir caused the soap bubbles to accumulate. Photo: Twitter Authorities in the central Mexican state of Puebla said excess detergents from homes that drain into streams feeding the Valsequillo reservoir caused the soap bubbles to accumulate. Photo: Twitter
Authorities in the central Mexican state of Puebla said excess detergents from homes that drain into streams feeding the Valsequillo reservoir caused the soap bubbles to accumulate. Photo: Twitter
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Man dies after falling into towering hill of soap suds in Mexico

  • Excess detergents from homes that drain into streams feeding reservoir caused suds to accumulate

Topic |   Mexico
Authorities in the central Mexican state of Puebla said excess detergents from homes that drain into streams feeding the Valsequillo reservoir caused the soap bubbles to accumulate. Photo: Twitter Authorities in the central Mexican state of Puebla said excess detergents from homes that drain into streams feeding the Valsequillo reservoir caused the soap bubbles to accumulate. Photo: Twitter
Authorities in the central Mexican state of Puebla said excess detergents from homes that drain into streams feeding the Valsequillo reservoir caused the soap bubbles to accumulate. Photo: Twitter
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