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[万花筒] 2014-01-11&01-16 美西弗吉尼亚州发生化学物质泄漏

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[万花筒] 2014-01-11&01-16 美西弗吉尼亚州发生化学物质泄漏

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West Virginia Chemical Spill Threatens Health of Residents


Numerous people have reported symptoms of illness, as officials issue warning on tap water.


 

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[Homework]2014-01-11&01-16 美西弗吉尼亚州发生化学物质泄漏

Meanwhile, significant new developments this morning, in a chemical spill that has forced 300,000 people to stop drinking water out of the taps in their homes. Overnight we learned that more than 700 people have reported symtoms of illness and seventy have gone to the hospital. ABC's Susie is on the scene in West Virginia. Susie.
Good morning, Dan. A federal investigation is now underway into the chemical spill into the water here which has put life on hold for so many people.
This morning, thousands in West Virginia feeling the effects of Thursday morning's chemical spill. More than 700 people in the Charleston area have called poison control centers, complaining of nausea, vomiting, headaches and rashes. 70 people went to local hospitals. For the 300,000 area residents, it's been a frustrating day and a half. Overnight, Fema trucks bringing more than a million liters of clean water for people to drink, bathe, cook and clean.
I get really upset because we have to basically try to find water so we can be able to, you know, take a shower, have something to drink.
The crisis began when a toxic chemical used to process coal leaked out of a 48,000 gallons storage tank. The chemical overflowed into the elke river, just north of a water treatment plant that provides drinking water for the region.
Do not drink it, do not cook with it, do not wash clothes in it and do not take a bath in it.
The advice has set off a run on stores, people emptying shelves of water bottle across the region. But some people still concerned after using the water before the warning.
Brushed my teeth and washed my face with it, so that kinda of scarces me.
This incident is extremly unfortunately, unanticipated and we are very, very sorry for the disruptions to everybody's daily life for this incident has caused.
While the tinted water is not considered deadly, some people have had stronger symptons or reactions to it than others. Residents are still advised to stay away from the water and there is no word yet on when it will be safe for drinking.
Such a frightening situation, Susie, our thanks to you.


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Meanwhile significant new developments this morning in a chemical spill that has forced 300,000 people to stop drinking water out of the taps in their homes overnight, we learnt that more than 700 people have reported symptoms of illness and 70 have gone to the hospital. ABC’s Susie Sony is on the scene in western Virginia, Susie.

Good morning, Dan, a federal investigation is now underway into the chemical spill into the water here which has put life on hold for so many people.

This morning, thousands in West Virginia feeling the effects of Thursday morning’s chemical spill, more than 700 people in the Charleston area have called poison control centers, complaining of nausea, vomiting, headaches and rashes, 70 people went to local hospitals. For the 300,000 area residents, it’s been a frustrating day and a half. Overnight, FEMA trucks bring in more than a million liters of clean water for people to drink, bathe, cook and clean.

I guess it really upsets, because we’re basically just trying to find water, just so we can be able to you know, take a shower, have something to drink.

The crisis began when a toxic chemical used to process coal leaked out of a 48,000 gallon storage tank. The chemical overflowed into the Elk River, just north of a water treatment plant that provides drinking water for the region.

Do not drink it, do not cook with it, do not wash clothes in it, do not take a bath in it.

The advisory set off a run on stores, people emptying shelves of water bottles across the region. But some people still concerned after using the water before the warning.

I brushed my teeth and washed my face with it, so that kind of scares me.

This incident is extremely unfortunate, unanticipated, and we’re very, very sorry for the disruption to everybody’s daily life that this incident has caused.

While the tainted water is not considered deadly some people have had stronger symptoms or reactions to it than others. Residents are still advised to stay away from the water and there’s no word yet on when it will be safe for drinking. Breonna,

It was such a frightening situation, Susanna, thanks to you.
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Meanwhile significant new developments this morning in a chemical spill that has forced 300,000 people to stop drinking water out of the taps in their homes. Over night, we’ve learned that more than 700 have reported symptoms of illness and 70 have gone for the hospital. ABC’s Susan Sulny is on the scene in West Virginia. Susan.

Good morning, Dan. A federal investigation is now underway into the chemical spill into the water here which has put life on hold for so many people.

This morning, thousands in West Virginia feeling the effects of Thursday morning’s chemical spill. More than 700 people in the Charleston Area have called poison control centers, complaining of nausea, vomiting, headaches and rashes. 70 people went to local hospitals. For the 300,000 area residents, it’s been a frustrating day and a half. Over night, FEMA trucks bring in more than a million liters of clean water for people to drink, bathe, cook and clean.

“I guess it really upsets because we’re basically just trying to find water, so we can be able to, you know, take a shower, have something to drink.”

The crisis began when a toxic chemical used to process coal leaked out of a 48,000 gallon storage tank. The chemical overflowed into the elk river just north of a water treatment plant that provides drinking water for the region.

“Do not drink it, do not cook with it, do not wash clothes in it, do not take a bath in it.”

The advisory set off a run on stores, people emptying shelves of water bottles across the region. But some people still concerned after using the water before the warning.

“I brushed my teeth and washed my face with it. So that kind of scares me.”

“This incident is extremely unfortunate and unanticipated and we are very, very sorry for the disruptions to everybody's daily life that this incident has caused.”

While the tainted water is not considered deadly, some people have had stronger symptoms or reactions to it than others. Residents are still advised to stay away from the water and there’s no word yet on when it will be safe for drinking. Bianna.

It was such a frightening situation, Susan, our thanks to you.
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[Homework]2014-01-11&01-16 美西弗吉尼亚州发生化学物质泄漏

Meanwhile, significant new development thismorning, in a chemical spill that has forced 300,000 people to stop drinkingwater out of the taps in their homes. Overnight, we learned that more than 700people have reported symptoms of illness, and 70 have gone to the hospital. ABSXXX is on the scene in West Virginia.
Good morning, Dan. A federal investigationis now underway into the chemical spill into the water here which has put lifeon hold for so many people.
This morning, thousands in West Virginiafeeling the effects of Thursday morning’s chemical spill. More than 700 peoplein the Charleston Area have called poison control centers, complaining ofnausea, vomiting, headaches, and rashes. 70 people went to local hospitals. Forthe 300,000 area residents, it’s been a frustrating day and a half. Overnight,FEMA trucks bring in more than a million liters of clean water for people todrink, bathe, cook and clean.
I guess it really upsets because we arebasically just trying to find water that we can be able to take a shower, havesomething to drink.
The crisis began when a toxic chemical usedto process coal leaked out of a 48,000-gallon storage tank. The chemicaloverflowed into the Elk River just north of a water treatment plant that providesdrinking water for the region.
Don not drink it. Do not cook with it. Donot wash clothes in it. Do not take a bath in it.
The advisory set off a run on stores,people emptying shelves of water bottles across the region. But some people stillconcerned after using the water before the warning.
Brushed my teeth and washed my face withit. So that kind of scares me.
This incident is extremely unfortunate,unanticipated, and we are very very sorry for the disruptions to everybody’sdaily life this incident has caused.
While the tainted water is not considered deadly,some people have had stronger symptoms or reactions to it than others.Residents are still advised to stay away from the water and there is no wordyet on when it would be safe for drinking.
                                                   
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