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reply to post by boncho
That is a long time. If you are unfamiliar with W.V. the national guard will not be solving this problem with bottled water. There are people waay out of touch in the mountains and valleys. Also considering that they now include cabell county the affected population will probably hit half a million.
So inconvenience to those for five days witout shower and clean clothes, real problem for those that live in less populated areas.
reply to post by starfoxxx
Appreciate it. I don't think anyone I know drank more than a taste or a few drinks before realizing there was a problem (except the girl that made coffee with it.. hopefully she didn't drink a pot or anything). Most of us are younger and live in the cities so we are hearing about this quickly (well as quick as the responsibly parties are allowing the word to get out), but there are people that are older or poorer that live out in the country that may not know still and could be using this water business as usual.
whose fault is it?
reply to post by Shuftystick