More West Virginia Customers Cleared To Drink Tap Water After Spill
West Virginia officials on Wednesday gave more residents the green light to drink tap water after a chemical spill that fouled drinking water for hundreds of thousands of people across the state. Some 51,000 water customers are now cleared to drink or wash with tap water after nearly a week without it, according to a statement by West Virginia American Water. Consumers were instructed to flush their systems before using the water, which had been barred for use except for toilets since the chemical discharge into the Elk River on Thursday.
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