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Members of the West Virginia Army National Guard, along with a member of the Belle Police Department and a volunteer, offload emergency water from a military truck to a forklift as citizens line up for water at the Belle Fire Department, Saturday, Jan. 11, 2014, in Belle, W.Va. About 300,000 people Saturday entered their third day of not being able to take showers and wash clothes. Officials remain unclear when it might be safe again. Federal authorities began investigating how the foaming agent escaped the Freedom Industries plant and seeped into the Elk River. Just how much of the chemical leaked into the river was not yet known. (AP Photo/The Daily Mail, Marcus Constantino)

Gallery: Water problems Day 3

Jan. 11, 2014 @ 04:31 PM

It could be days before clean tap water is flowing again to several hundred thousand people in West Virginia following a chemical spill Thursday.

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