The residents of Martin County, Kentucky, are seeking help with a water crisis that has plagued them for nearly 20 years. After a man-made environmental disaster in 2000 tainted the town's water, they are hoping to find an answer to this issue by reaching out to government officials.
Ky. County Residents Are Skeptical About Govt. Help For 18-Year Crisis
Residents in Martin County, Kentucky, are asking the federal government for help to correct their water infrastructure.
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