Thousands of bottles of water handed out to NJ residents with lead pipes

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Thousands of bottles of water handed out to NJ residents with lead pipes
Thousands of bottles of water handed out to NJ residents with lead pipes
The Water Crisis unfolding in yet another American city tonight filters or failing the test lead in the water and now the EPA tonight is warning the people of Newark New Jersey not to drink the water, because the blood levels are too high. Echoing Flint, starting today. Thousands of bottles of water, we’re headed out to residents of Newark New Jersey after new test, showed dangerous levels of lead in the water of a number of homes, mothers who are nursing and cooking Our concern as to what to do last fall. The city gave away 40000 water filters, but a few of those homes were rechecked for lead just days ago, and the levels were still too high and ETA is pressing the city to give out bottled water writing. We are unable at this time since that their health is fully protected. We just need all the LED lines replaced. We don’t need them replace eight years from now. We need them replace as of yesterday, and some residents, including Community activists, have long accused City officials of downplaying the problem it’s wrong. It’S time should be done about this. This has been going on for a while, and it may cover it up and nobody didn’t do nothing about it. But the mayor here has been using the hashtag. Newark, isn’t splint for quite some time to city is encouraging people to let their water run to clear the pipes to get that bottled water David, ABC News, YouTube channel, you’d like to get more video show, highlights and watch live event coverage click on the right over Here to subscribe Channel and don’t forget to download the ABC News at 4 breaking news alerts thanks for watching
About 18,000 homes have lead pipes in Newark, where recent tests showed that the water filters handed out to residents last fall aren’t doing enough to protect them.

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