Almost six days after a chemical leak left 300,000 West Virginians without drinkable tap water, life is slowly starting to return to normal. Most parts of nine counties that received water contaminated by thousands of gallons of a chemical used in the coal industry still can't use their water. But close to 25,000 customers were able to flush unsafe water out of their homes and businesses.
Director, Editor, Videographer: Elaine McMillion Sheldon
Assistant Cinematographer and Reporter: Marcus Constantino
Narrator and Reporter: Dave Boucher
Publisher and Producer: Charleston Daily Mail