In The Wake Of Spill, West Virginians Still Don't Trust Their Tap
By: Dave Mistich
February 3, 2014
It's been more than three weeks since thousands of gallons of a toxic chemical contaminated the drinking water of approximately 300,000 West Virginia residents. Dave Mistich, of West Virginia Public Broadcasting, reports that even though government officials now say it's safe to drink the water, not everyone trusts that advice.
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