Tap Water Still Unsafe To Drink In Charleston, W.Va.
By: Ashton Marra and David Greene
January 12, 2014
There are some 300,000 people still waiting to be able to use their tap water. A chemical spill into the Elk River last week has officials warning everyone not to touch, drink, or wash with the water. There are questions whether regulation was too lax on the company that stored the chemical.
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