High levels of chemical found in Texas city's water

08/15/2008 | Longview News-Journal (Texas)

Two of three water-treatment plants in Longview, Texas, have exceeded standards for levels of the chemical trihalomethane for at least six months, according to officials. Officials said although extended periods of exposure could result in problems to kidneys, liver or central nervous system, people would have to drink about 2 liters of contaminated water every day for 70 years to have problems.

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