Pollution Is So Bad in India, It's Causing Car Crashes | National Geographic

Thick smog blanketed areas of northern India, exceeding 10 times the recommended safe limit. Low visibility from the pollution has been blamed for an 18-car-pileup about 30 miles from New Delhi. Breathing the air has been likened to smoking 50 cigarettes in one day. Cold temperatures and slow winds have been blamed for the dangerous rise in pollution.
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Pollution Is So Bad in India, It's Causing Car Crashes | National Geographic
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