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Published: 8/10/2014


Life flows on through Toledo water crisis

The Toledo area weathered its water crisis with kindness, creativity and patience. Here's a look back at the weekend that was. CLICK ON ANY IMAGE TO ENLARGE PHOTO, START SLIDESHOW.

TJ Haas, left, hands a newly-filled water container to Dave Mysinger, right, as Andy Hartman, back, works to fill a 275 gallon drum with water at the baseball field at Perrysburg High School. Enlarge | Buy This Photo TJ Haas, left, hands a newly-filled water container to Dave Mysinger, right, as Andy Hartman, back, works to fill ...
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Andy Hartman, a Perrysburg city worker in the water division, fills a jug with water at the baseball field at Perrysburg High School. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Andy Hartman, a Perrysburg city worker in the water division, fills a jug with water at the baseball field at ...
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Dakari Parish, left, 13, and Ayanna Bishop, right, 17, hand out free water in the receiving area at Central Catholic. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Dakari Parish, left, 13, and Ayanna Bishop, right, 17, hand out free water in the receiving area at Central Catholic.
THE BLADE/AMY E. VOIGT
Volunteers unload a Salvation Army van full of bottled water from the American Red Cross at Central Catholic High School. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Volunteers unload a Salvation Army van full of bottled water from the American Red Cross at Central Catholic High School.
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Sgt. Chris Fitzgerald, center, and other police officers and volunteers load water into citizens' cars at Waite High School. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Sgt. Chris Fitzgerald, center, and other police officers and volunteers load water into citizens' cars at Waite High School.
THE BLADE/ISAAC HALE
Mayor D. Michael Collins talks about the toxins found in water supply during an evening press conference. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Mayor D. Michael Collins talks about the toxins found in water supply during an evening press conference.
THE BLADE/JEREMY WADSWORTH
Lt. Don Murray of the Jerusalem Township Fire Department fills up the penguin exhibit at the Toledo Zoo on Sunday afternoon. Nearly 7,500 hundred gallons of water were delivered to the zoo during the crisis. Enlarge Lt. Don Murray of the Jerusalem Township Fire Department fills up the penguin exhibit at the Toledo Zoo on Sunday ...
SPECIAL TO BLADE/ LUCAS WARK
Firefighter Bryan West, left, works with Clara Cousino, 4, center, and Clay Cousino, 2, right, to fill buckets with water at the fire station in Oregon. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Firefighter Bryan West, left, works with Clara Cousino, 4, center, and Clay Cousino, 2, right, to fill buckets with water ...
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