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West Virginia Govenor Earl Ray Tomblin held a press conference Saturday evening to discuss the current state of emergency ...
in West Virginia due to a chemical spill into the water supply. (Jan. 11)
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SHOTLIST:ABC POOL - AP CLIENTS ONLYCharleston, West Virginia - January 11, 2014++SOTS SEPARATED BY WHITE FLASHES++ 1. SOUNDBITE (English) Earl Ray Tomblin, Governor of West Virginia: "The water use ban is still in place. If you are in an affected area, do not use tap water for drinking, bathing, cooking or cleaning. We will let you know as soon as the water company lifts the ban." 2. SOUNDBITE (English) Earl Ray Tomblin, Governor of West Virginia: "We are aware that this is not just an inconvenience to all those affected by the situation. There is a serious problem also for employees and businesses." 3. SOUNDBITE (English) Earl Ray Tomblin, Governor of West Virginia: "With alternative water sources, there will be a process to get the approval to quickly restart their operations."4. SOUNDBITE (English) Earl Ray Tomblin, Governor of West Virginia: "As I said, the chemical leak is unacceptable and must be cleaned up as soon as possible. We have made a lot of progress in the last 51 hours and particularly today." -----STORYLINE:West Virginia governor Earl Ray Tomblin gave remarks Saturday evening regarding Thursday's chemical spill into the water supply. The emergency began Thursday, when complaints came in to West Virginia American Water about a licorice-type odor in the tap water. The source: the chemical 4-methylcyclohexane methanol that leaked out of a 40,000 gallon tank at a Freedom Industries facility along the Elk River. State officials said Saturday they believe about 7,500 gallons leaked from the tank - boosting their estimate by more than 2,000 gallons from previous days. Some of the chemical was contained before flowing into the river; it's not clear exactly how much entered the water supply.Meanwhile, each day without water was another day for business owners to wonder how bad of an economic hit their companies would end up taking. The leader of the local chamber of commerce says it will take time to determine the economic impact of the spill.Thirty-two people sought treatment at area hospitals for symptoms such as nausea. Of those, four people were admitted to the Charleston Area Medical Center but their conditions weren't available Saturday.Federal authorities, including the U.S. Chemical Safety Board, opened an investigation into Thursday's spill.Several hundred thousand West Virginia residents have gone three days without clean tap water.