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Published: 8/4/2014 - Updated: 4 months ago


Citizens, officials now drinking the water

The City of toledo's drinking water was deemed safe by Mayor D. Michael Collins on MOnday, August 4, 2014. Politicians and citizens, however, remain hesitant in the shadow of two days under a do not drink advisory still looming. CLICK ANY PHOTO TO ENLARGE AND START SLIDESHOW

Toledo Mayor D. Michael Collins takes a drink of water after announcing the ban on drinking city water is over, during a news conference at the Lucas County Emergency Services Building. Enlarge Toledo Mayor D. Michael Collins takes a drink of water after announcing the ban on drinking city water is over,...
A Toledo City Council meeting about the now ended water crisis in Toledo. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A Toledo City Council meeting about the now ended water crisis in Toledo.
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Councilman Larry Sykes speaking. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Councilman Larry Sykes speaking.
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Director of Public Service of the city of Toledo Ed Moore. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Director of Public Service of the city of Toledo Ed Moore.
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President of Council Paula Hicks-Hudson. Enlarge | Buy This Photo President of Council Paula Hicks-Hudson.
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Councilwoman Lindsay Webb. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Councilwoman Lindsay Webb.
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TPD officer J. Middleton breaks down the barriers and tape at 11:00 am when water distribution at Central Catholic was closed for free water distribution. Enlarge | Buy This Photo TPD officer J. Middleton breaks down the barriers and tape at 11:00 am when water distribution at Central Catholic was ...
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TPD officers Greg Zattau, left, and Jeff Lepiar direct traffic through the parking lot of Central Catholic for residents to get to the receiving area for free water despite Mayor Collins declaring clean water for Toledo residents. Enlarge | Buy This Photo TPD officers Greg Zattau, left, and Jeff Lepiar direct traffic through the parking lot of Central Catholic for residents to ...
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Volunteer Pamela Byrd directs traffic to get free water in the receiving area at Central Catholic High School. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Volunteer Pamela Byrd directs traffic to get free water in the receiving area at Central Catholic High School.
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Connie Elter, left, and Dawn Szych, right, play with Myah Brown, center, 11 months, Szych's granddaughter, in a small pool at Szych's home at the corner of Eleanor and Walker Avenues in North Toledo, Ohio, on Monday, August 4, 2014. Prior to today, Brown received bottled water baths and today they decided to celebrate the water announcement by hanging out in their pool with clean water. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Connie Elter, left, and Dawn Szych, right, play with Myah Brown, center, 11 months, Szych's granddaughter, in a small pool ...
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Volunteers Dakari Parish, left, 13, and Ayanna Bishop, right, 17, hand out free water in the receiving area at Central Catholic High School. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Volunteers Dakari Parish, left, 13, and Ayanna Bishop, right, 17, hand out free water in the receiving area at Central ...
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Water distribution continues at Central Catholic High School. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Water distribution continues at Central Catholic High School.
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Toledo Mayor D. Michael Collins announces that the Toledo water crisis is over during a news conference. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Toledo Mayor D. Michael Collins announces that the Toledo water crisis is over during a news conference.
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