January 13, 2014

End in sight for West Virginia's water crisis, ministries providing water

Five days after a toxic chemical spilled into West Virginia's water system, residents may soon be able to use their tap water again. The state's governor says hundreds of tests of the drinking water being done in nine counties, including Charleston, are showing positive signs.

"I believe we are at a point where we can see the light at the end of the tunnel," Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin said.

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