Water Emergency Declared in Mississippi as Floods Exacerbate Existing Problems at Water Plant

 

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Water Emergency Declared in Mississippi as Floods Exacerbate Existing Problems at Water Plant

Residents of Jackson are without running or clean water as severe flooding from Pearl River further damages water plant, exacerbating systemic issues. State and city officials move to distribute water to city residents as shortage expected to last several days.

 

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