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Concerns remain about W.Va. water supply

  • Aired: 01/30/2014
  • 02:36
  • Expires: 03/01/2014
  • Rating: NR
Weeks after a chemical spill fouled the Elk River in West Virginia, some affected residents worry that they cannot trust that their water is safe despite assurances from officials. Jeffrey Brown reports on the lingering concerns about whether the spill has posed an undetected public health threat.
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