Water Issues Denmark, SC

Sara Ganim. November 2018. For 10 years, some residents in Denmark, South Carolina, have been suspicious of the rust-colored water coming from their taps. They’ve been collecting samples in jars and using bottled or spring water, even though the local and state government assured them it was safe.But through a Freedom of Information Act request and a one-year investigation, CNN has found new information that may cast doubts on those assurances. Read More…

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