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Residents line up for water at a water filling station at West Virginia State University, in Institute, West Virginia, January 10, 2014. REUTERS/Lisa Hechesky

Tap water use OK'd in some West Virginia areas after spill

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By Ian Simpson

West Virginia officials on Monday lifted a ban on drinking or bathing with tap water in some areas of the state hit by a chemical spill that affected hundreds of thousands of people for five days, Governor Earl Ray Tomblin said.

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