West Virginia Water Ban Lifted After Chemical Spill

Governor lifts "do not use" order for residents around Charleston after tests deemed water safe to drink.
3:00 | 01/13/14

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-- ban on tap water has just been lifted in parts of West Virginia after a chemical spill for five days. Hundreds of thousands of people were told that they could not -- cook or drink tap water -- 500 gallons of a toxic chemical. Used to process -- leaked into a river upstream from the water treatment plant but again that ban has since been --

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