DALLAS-- Charges have been dropped against one of the two executives of a slaughter house accused of dumping pig's blood into a creek along the Trinity River.

Columbia Packing Company, along with the other executive, are still facing charges.

The company was accused of dumping industrial waste into the creek and tampering with evidence.

Columbia officials have admitted that their plant spilled contaminants, but they say it was an accident.

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