Disinfecting agent turns Canada city's water bright pink

Despite its unusual hue, the fluid was neither fruit punch nor pink lemonade but city water that had been contaminated during a weekly treatment of the water lines, according to the city of Onoway in Alberta province.
0:26 | 03/09/17

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All residents in one Canadian town woke up to the water looking strange in fact it was pink. Residents and on oiled bird I'll watch the neon colored water pour out of their faucets a march 6. Officials say was caused by a valve issue at a local water treatment plan out but look at that. However and health officials are saying the water pose no safety risk and was OK to drink the water system has since been flushed clear.

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