More West Virginia customers cleared to drink tap water after spill

Reuters: West Virginia's top law enforcement officer on Wednesday vowed a full investigation of a chemical spill that contaminated tap water for hundreds of thousands of people. Attorney General Patrick Morrisey said there was a lot of speculation surrounding the spill into the Elk River at Charleston, the state capital, on Thursday that shut off water to more than 300,000 people. "We had an absolute unmitigated disaster here for six days now where people are without water. This is not only utterly......

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