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McIntyre Discusses Water
Part 1: WV American President Answers Questions About Water Situation
January 20, 2014

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (Jeff Morris) – Water service has been restored since a chemical leak prompted a massive do-not-use water advisory that affected nine counties.

But still many questions linger from people who are concerned about water safety. The Centers for Disease Control has advised pregnant women to drink bottled water. Multiple lawsuits have been filed against Freedom Industries, the company responsible for the leak. Freedom has now filed for bankruptcy protection. Legislation is in the works to help respond to and prevent future disasters.

Eyewitness News spoke with West Virginia American President Jeff McIntyre during an interview on Monday.

Attached is the first part of the video from McIntyre’s interview.

Part two of this interview is available here.





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