Chemical spill shuts down much of W.Va. capital

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Elk River Chemical Spill
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Elk River Chemical Spill
Tanaz Rahin and her mother Farri Rahin of Charleston, W.Va., drove across town to the Kroger in South Charleston, W.Va., to find water following a chemical spill on the Elk River that compromised the public water supply to eight counties on Thursday, Jan. 9, 2014. (AP Photo/Tyler Evert)