Lead scare in New Jersey: Water bottles handed out as levels still high in some areas

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Even after city-issued filters were given out months ago, parts of New Jersey are still dealing with high levels of lead in their water, the EPA says.
 
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Published on August 14, 2019 -  02:05
Newark hit by lead-tainted water crisis
Residents in Newark, New Jersey continue to face a water crisis after high levels of lead were found in their drinking water. Officials on Wednesday said that some of the water filters that were given out to residents may not be working. Colette Luke has more.

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