‘Light at end of the tunnel,” but no timeline for water.

‘Light at end of the tunnel,” but no timeline for water.

A nine-county area of West Virginia is still under a “state of emergency,” with tap water not to be used for anything but flushing toilets and fighting fires, but test results “are trending in the right direction,” Tomblin said at a news conference Sunday night.

“I believe that we are at a point where we can say that we see light at the end of the tunnel,” Tomblin said.

Jeff McIntyre, president of West Virginia American, said that he no longer believes they are “several days” from starting to lift the “do not use” order, but that the ban would not be lifted Sunday. Quoted from the link.

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