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WVPA Sharing: Photo available for water stories

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The Charleston Daily Mail has provided the WVPS Sharing Network with a photo for your use with stories on the water emergency around the Capitol region.

The WVPA thanks Editor/Publisher Brad McElhinny and photographer  Bob Wojcieszak for this photo. Please credit photographer  Bob Wojcieszak and the Charleston Daily Mail for this photo.

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Charleston resident Niru Parikshak loads up the back of her car with bottled water Thursday evening at the parking lot of the South Ridge Sam’s Club. Sam’s Club and every retailer for a twenty mile radius sold out of bottled water after a chemical leak Thursday morning up river from the WV American Plant on the Elk River forced the water plant to shut down. Bob Wojcieszak/Daily Mail
Charleston resident Niru Parikshak loads up the back of her car with bottled water Thursday evening at the parking lot of the South Ridge Sam's Club. Sam's Club and every retailer for a twenty mile radius sold out of bottled water after a chemical leak Thursday morning up river from the WV American Plant on the Elk River forced the water plant to shut down. Bob Wojcieszak/Daily Mail
Charleston resident Niru Parikshak loads up the back of her car with bottled water Thursday evening at the parking lot of the South Ridge Sam’s Club. Sam’s Club and every retailer for a twenty mile radius sold out of bottled water after a chemical leak Thursday morning up river from the WV American Plant on the Elk River forced the water plant to shut down. Bob Wojcieszak/Daily Mail

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