Toxins in public water supply causes ban in Toledo

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TOLEDO, OH – Folks in Toledo, Ohio have been warned not to drink the city’s water.  Not all 400-thousand people without any tap-water, are ready to go all ‘bear grylls,’ and start making their own water filtration systems.
Until they get the all clear from authorities, they’re depending on bottled water. It’s flying off the shelves there, and more is being trucked in.
The city’s water supply comes from Lake Erie, where they believe toxins are coming from that showed up in the water treatment plant.
All this has left many in the city thirsty for answers and water.

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