NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jan 11, 2014
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(Charleston, West Virginia: Luke Russert) The state of emergency over poisoned water in West Virginia examined; scenes shown of people in line for water because of a coal-processing chemical leak from Freedom Industries into the water supply. [Mother Penny FARBER - comments on the water.] [West Virginia National Guard Maj. Gen. James HOYER- says it is a large water system.] [Charleston area medical center Dale WHITE- talks about water use in hospitals.]
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