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    The Elk River Accident - An interview with Mari-lynn Evans

     
    On January 9, 2014, there was a chemical spill caused by a coal company called Freedom Industries in Charleston, West Virginia. This accident allowed several thousand gallons of a chemical called 4-methylcyclohexane methanol to spill into the

    Elk River just upstream from American Water's, supposedly clean water, intake system. American Water is the supplier of drinking water to over 300,000 people in West Virginia.


    In this web interview with Mari-lynn Evans, we talked about Freedom Industries' "4-methylcyclohexane methanol" chemical leak that spilled into the Elk River on
    January 9, 2014, in Charleston, West Virginia.

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