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Kanawha County Announces Bulk Water Distribution For Tuesday

Reported: Feb. 2, 2014 10:37 PM EST
Updated: Feb. 4, 2014 10:23 AM EST
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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (Jeff Morris) -- Bulk water distribution in Kanawha County has been announced for Tuesday.

Bulk Water Tankers – (Bring your own container locations. Containers will be available as long as temperatures permit:

Crossings Mall – Elkview
Walmart Parking Lot – Quincy
Old Big Sandy Parking Lot – Cross Lanes
Shawnee Park – Institute




CHARLESTON, W.Va. (Jeff Morris) -- Due to below freezing temperatures expected for Monday night, the bulk water tankers in Kanawha County will be pulled from the field starting at about 5 p.m..

The bulk water tankers will be redeployed Tuesday morning as soon as temperatures permit, according to a news release from county officials

Bulk Water Tankers – Bring Your Own Container Locations for Tuesday:

Crossings Mall – Elkview
Walmart Parking Lot – Quincy
Old Big Sandy Parking Lot – Cross Lanes
Shawnee Park – Institute




CHARLESTON, W.Va. (Bethany Simmons) -- Kanawha County has advised that due to weather conditions Monday it will not receive additional bottled water deliveries.

The county is working with officials to determine if bottled water will be made available to Kanawha County Tuesday, County Manager Jennifer Sayre said.

Sayre said bulk water locations are available Monday at the following Kanawha County locations:

Bulk Water-Bring Your Own Containers:
Crossings Mall, Elkview
Walmart Parking Lot, Quincy
Old Big Sandy Parking Lot, Cross Lanes
Shawnee Park, Institute

Bottled Water:
Nitro Police Department – Began at 10 a.m. and lasts until supplies run out.

Putnam County

Winfield Courthouse, until 6 p.m., limit 1 gallon per person due to limited supply.
Eleanor Town Hall, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Buffalo Old High School, water tanker, bring containers.
Route 34 Fire Department, water tanker should be there if weather permits all day.
Bancroft Fire Department, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Poca Fire Department, 6 p.m. 8 p.m.
Hurricane Fire Department, all day
Putnam PSD, container Water at garage and plant, also large bulk fee waived at the Route 34 water treatment plant
YMCA container and showers
* On container water you must bring own containers

Keep checking WCHSTV.com and our Facebook page for updates on water distribution.




CHARLESTON, W.Va. (Heath Harrison) – The Kanawha County Commission has announced water distribution sites for Monday.

Bulk water will be available at the Crossings Mall in Elkview, the Walmart parking lot in Quincy, the old Big Sandy parking lot in Cross Lanes and at Shawnee park in Institute.

Tankers will be onsite and available at all hours, unless temperatures drop below freezing, at which time, they may need to be pulled to keep the tankers from freezing.

Bottled Water Distribution will be available at the Nitro Police Department starting at 10 a.m. and ending when supplies are exhausted.

Emergency Officials will meet Monday morning to determine if additional bottled water resources have been obtained.



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