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Gyorgy Janos Farkas, 36, who has burns that cover just over 50 percent of his body after an industrial accident in a nearby town caused by the rupture of a reservoir flooded the surrounding areas with toxic alumina waste, exits his temporary home in a shelter called "New Beginnings," established by the church, in Devecser, Hungary on November 21, 2010. On October 4, 2010 an industrial accident in nearby Ajka, Hungary sent a torrent of toxic red alumina sludge gushing through Devecser and several surrounding villages, killing ten, injuring hundreds and leaving several families homeless.