Skip to comments.West Virginia Begins to Lift Water Ban
Posted on 01/14/2014 6:05:21 PM PST by Morgana
CHARLESTON, W.Va.Officials in Kentucky and Ohio were preparing Monday for the arrival of a slow-moving, 60-mile-long chemical plume drifting toward them down the Ohio River, after its accidental release prompted a five-day water ban here.
While many said they didn't foresee a major problem, they also weren't taking chances after the release of the chemical, called 4-methylcyclohexane methanol, or MCHM. Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley said his city is going to shut down its water valves for 48 hours beginning Tuesday night, but has enough stored supply to continue providing water.
Water sanitation officials had found the leading edge of the plume near Portsmouth, Ohio, by 11:30 a.m. Monday
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Kanye West doesn’t care about white people.
Kanye West can go jump in the Elk River.
Prolly could walk on it. Dumping alcohol into it may have improved the sanitary quality.
Wondering if this is going to playout at every city all the way down to New Orleans? Slow news days.
If all 7500 gallons was still floating around, its got to be something like 1 part per trillion about now.
would you wash clothes with water from the elk today?
Would you use it to make dinner with?
How about mix baby bood with?
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