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PBS NEWSHOUR

Many West Virginians still without tap water

  • Aired: 01/12/2014
  • 02:13
  • Rating: NR
An estimated 300,000 West Virginians still have little or no tap water after a major chemical spill in the capital city of Charleston. State officials say up to 7,500 gallons of an industrial chemical spilled into the drinking water supply on December 9. Ashton Marra, statehouse reporter for West Virginia Public Broadcasting, speaks with Hari Sreenivasan about the crisis situation.
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