Tongans warned of acid rain: what happened

Tongans warned about acid rain: what happened

Residents of the Polynesian Kingdom of Tonga in the Pacific Ocean have been warned of acid rain.

According to emergency services, hazardous precipitation is expected after the eruption Hunga Tonga Hunga Haapai volcano.

These rains can poison drinking water and damage the skin.

'Symptoms of acid rain are itching and irritation of the skin, as well as falling vision. If eyes or skin have been exposed to acid rain, see a doctor & quot ;, & ndash; warned residents.

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