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"Imminent Threat" of "Widespread or Severe Damage, Injury or Loss of Life, No Water I

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- Amid scorching temperatures which have hovered above 100 degrees all week, one Texas city has had its water supply shut off for multiple days running. What started as a possibly 48-hour local crisis for Odessa, a West Texas town long known for oil production, has gained national media attention at a time of severe record-breaking heat waves in various parts of the US. The crisis is now pushing toward a full week of over 120,000 residents having no water supplying their homes and businesses, as Axios reports Saturday:
The Associated Press cited city agencies which "said taps in 165,000 homes and businesses lost pressure or went completely dry after a 24-inch (61-centimeter) main broke Monday afternoon."

What residents hoped would be a quick fix turned into a days-long ordeal, as by Wednesday the city manager, Michael Marrero, said in a video address: "I want to assure you that we’re utilizing every resource at our disposal to ensure that we get this community back to the way it was before this massive line break."

Learn More: https://www.zerohedge.com/poli....tical/heat-scorched-

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