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Sunday, 12 January 2014

FEMA Region 3 Has Been Activated: Emergency Situation Breaking In West Virginia


Many Reports are coming in to Sentinel Command of massive fighting breaking loose in West Virginia over Bottled water as the Chemical Spill Situation continues.

As predicted, Fema Region 3 has now been activated, National Guard has also been been called out as this area in West Virginia has been declared a state of emergency. This chemical spill is now affecting 9 counties and over 100,000 residents are directly affected.

All water in the area has been contaminated with the chemical (4-Methylcyclohexane Methanol), a chemical used in the coal industry. This chemical will make a person sick but it is not deadly unless ingested in huge quantity. The incident occurred Thursday on the Elk River in Charleston, West Virginia’s capital and largest city, upriver from the eastern U.S. state’s largest water treatment plant.

There have been several reports that indicate despite the intervention of State officials; FEMA; the National Guard and local law enforcement, slow distribution of water may be causing tension among the concerned populous.

All stores have been depleted of bottled water, situation has become desperate as citizens are now fighting over resources.

Update: Over 300,000 are affected in a 9 county area. CDC issued the state of emergency, Schools, restaurants and businesses have been shut down.

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