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I have MSNBC playing in the background, most of the day. I heard that peole near th espill have no clean water, due to the chemicals having entered the local supply.


Citizens have been warned to avoid using the water at all. This means boiling the water, as you would for minor supply issues, is out of thw question.


This is a horrible event. Apprently no one knows how lethal the chemical might be, they do not know if clean ujp will restore the water suply's safety!

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It's a disaster alright! Over 300 000 people without any clean water. And the extent of the damages are still unclear. And no one knows yet how long it will take before people can drink water again. "This could be a matter of hours for some communities, and for other it could be a matter of days," Al Jazeera correspondent Jonathan Martin reported from Charleston

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This is very scary.  My nephew lives in West Virginia.  Most of the stores are sold out of bottled water.  Bottled water is being shipped in from other states.  But, supplies are limited.  They are not sure, how long it is going to be before, the water is drinkable, again.

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