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Old 01-12-2014, 04:08 PM   #11
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This is going to test those folks that have been preparing in that area, the non-prepared and finally the government.

What happens in the 10 days that they have not cleaned this mess up? Now how much was truly released into the river?

http://www.wsaz.com/home/headlines/DEP-Estimates-7500-Gallons-of-Chemical-Leaked-Water-Ban-Still-in-Place-239762901.html?device=phone

W.Va. Gov. Issues State of Emergency for 9 Counties, Water Ban for 100,000+
It's was actually 300,000 plus without water!!


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One thread, please. Yes, that product is used to wash coal in the prep plants. Why that would be cause for going after the coal industry is beyond me.
Sorry for the double thread, a little tired yesterday. Posted in the Survival thread, then realized that everyone needs to be informed on this matter.

Why the cause for the government to go after the coal industry, remember "Never let a good crisis go to waste!"


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It's was actually 300,000 plus without water!!


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The populace affected might go higher with the amount of chemical leakage. Last night the tanks were still leaking from the news reports.
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The populace affected might go higher with the amount of chemical leakage. Last night the tanks were still leaking from the news reports.
I hope not. I'm not far from that area. But WV tap water isn't good drinking water anyway. So we don't drink it. What a mess. Just anther example to show why you should always have some water put back or always have access to clean drinking water!!

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While this is a major incident affecting a lot of people it is minor compared to what will happen if there is a collapse and no one is minding the store. Spills and other unnatural disasters will be commonplace.
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I live in one of the counties affected unfortunately. Thankfully, I have well water and a bunch of bottled water. However, a few people that live near me have left the county to stay with relatives.


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