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West Virginia Chemical Spill Threatens Health of Residents

Numerous people have reported symptoms of illness, as officials issue warning on tap water.
01/11/2014

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More coming up. Significant new developments in a chemical spill that forced 300,000 people to stop drinking water out of the taps in their hoes. Over night we learned that more than 700 people have... See More
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