West Virginia Chemical Spill Triggers Widespread Tap Water Ban - Presented by: The Aol. On Network

A federal state of emergency on Friday in the U.S. state of West Virginia. A chemical leak at this plant in the capital Charleston on Thursday left some 300,000 people without safe tap water, closing school and businesses. Governor Earl Ray Tomblin warned residents their tap water for now was only safe for fire protection and flushing toilets. "Do not drink it, do cook with it, do not wash clothes with it, do not take a bath in it."



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