Foam on the River Clyde
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Mystery foam spreads on the River Clyde

A section of the River Clyde in Glasgow has turned white after foam appeared on the surface of the water.

The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (Sepa) said it was aware of the problem and is investigating the cause.

Christina Thomson filmed the river after spotting "big giant lumps of foam".

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