Water emergency declared in Mississippi capital

A state of emergency has been declared for Jackson, Mississippi, due to the growing water crisis in the state capital. Residents are without safe drinking water and virtually no running water after recent storms damaged the city’s water treatment plant. Janet Shamlian reports.

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