West Virginia Chemical Spill: Pregnant Women Cautioned

Pregnant women advised to avoid drinking tap water two days after Charleston residents told it was safe.
3:00 | 01/16/14

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Some residents are into out of the water yet in West Virginia following that toxic spill into their drinking water supply. Pregnant women are still being advised to avoid tap water until officials are completely confident. All the chemicals have been flushed out of the pipes. The West Virginia American water company says this is only out of an abundance of precaution. More than 200000 of the 300000 folks -- tying drive -- the chemical spill have been cleared to drink away.

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