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Safeguards in place to prevent water disaster locally

January 18, 2014

As the investigation continued this week into a chemical spill that impacted the drinking water of an estimated 300,000 West Virginia residents, local officials say precautions are in place to help......

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NasCarNut

Jan-20-14 10:20 AM

Safeguards in place to prevent water disaster locally

Like letting vehicles park on well fields??...that's comforting...

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JoshBrown

Jan-18-14 5:07 PM

Marietta City Officials said That as long as we have duct Tape and bungee cords it's all good and there is nothing to worry about .

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Caspiansynn

Jan-18-14 12:49 PM

C8 anyone?

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Tessie

Jan-18-14 10:16 AM

pour not our

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Tessie

Jan-18-14 10:15 AM

Two of the wells in the Marietta well field are already contaminated and consistently our into the Muskingum River. Although the city has claimed all along that they don't know what the source of the contamination was, there are locals who can tell you what's in the buried leaking barrels. You only have to know who to ask. Parking on the well fields happens all summer long and it's up to the city to enforce that no parking be permitted there. When is the issue going to be enforced?????

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