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Published: 8/3/2014


Toledoans still scurrying for water supplies

Residents lined up far and wide for water sources as a clean water emergency continued for western Lake Erie on Sunday, August 3, 2014. CLICK ANY PHOTO TO ENLARGE AND START SLIDESHOW

Melvin Newton, from Toledo, carries containers of water across Monroe Street that he got at the water distribution center sponsored by the Cherry Street Mission on August 3, 2014. The line of cars behind, which was waiting for water, was backed-up all the way to Dorr Street. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Melvin Newton, from Toledo, carries containers of water across Monroe Street that he got at the water distribution center sponsored ...
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Dan Rogers, right, President & CEO Cherry Street Mission Ministries, helps organize the free water distribution area at the former Macomber High School on the second day of a clean water emergency. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Dan Rogers, right, President & CEO Cherry Street Mission Ministries, helps organize the free water distribution area at the former ...
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Suzette Moore, left. from Toledo, accepts a cooler filled with purified drinking water from Staff Sgt. Brock Mowry, right, of the 200th Red Horse Engineers,  at Woodward High School. Moore waled to the distribution center with her family to get potable water. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Suzette Moore, left. from Toledo, accepts a cooler filled with purified drinking water from Staff Sgt. Brock Mowry, right, of ...
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Dan Rogers, left,  President & CEO Cherry Street Mission Ministries, and TPD Officer Joseph Taylor, right, discuss how to redirect the public to water distribution areas after the supplies offered by the Cherry Street Mission, at the former Macomber High School, were gone by mid-morning. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Dan Rogers, left, President & CEO Cherry Street Mission Ministries, and TPD Officer Joseph Taylor, right, discuss how to redirect ...
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Willie Knighten Jr., center in white shirt, hands out jugs of free water to a family who walked to the former Macomber High School building to get clean drinking water. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Willie Knighten Jr., center in white shirt, hands out jugs of free water to a family who walked to the ...
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A pallet of Enlarge | Buy This Photo A pallet of "misty Pure" water for pets was available for free to pet owners in the area.
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Shelly Genaro, with the American Red Cross, directs traffic to a water distribution area for free water at Woodward High School. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Shelly Genaro, with the American Red Cross, directs traffic to a water distribution area for free water at Woodward High ...
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Staff Sgt. Josh Reiss, left, and Staff Sgt. Brock Mowry, right, of the 200th Red Horse Engineers, fill a cooler with water from a Enlarge | Buy This Photo Staff Sgt. Josh Reiss, left, and Staff Sgt. Brock Mowry, right, of the 200th Red Horse Engineers, fill a cooler ...
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Volunteer Noah Rose, left, 16, and Shawn  Kellerbauer, right, an employee with the Cherry Street Mission, direct traffic along Washington and 16th Streets to the area at the former Macomber High School building where people were able to get free water until supplies ran out. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Volunteer Noah Rose, left, 16, and Shawn Kellerbauer, right, an employee with the Cherry Street Mission, direct traffic along Washington ...
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Mekyaela Fears, from Toledo, steps out of her car to entertain her dog Daichi while she waits in line along Washington and 16th Streets to get water at the former Macomber High School building. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Mekyaela Fears, from Toledo, steps out of her car to entertain her dog Daichi while she waits in line along ...
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Staff Sgt. Josh Reiss, of the 200th Red Horse Engineers, directs a pallet of water to a storing area in the parking lot of Woodward High School. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Staff Sgt. Josh Reiss, of the 200th Red Horse Engineers, directs a pallet of water to a storing area in ...
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Staff Sgt. Josh Reiss, of the 200th Red Horse Engineers, directs a pallet of water to a storing area in the parking lot of Woodward High School. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Staff Sgt. Josh Reiss, of the 200th Red Horse Engineers, directs a pallet of water to a storing area in ...
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Volunteers including Carl Schellkopf, right, help load free water into cars for the public at a water distribution area at the former Macomber High School. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Volunteers including Carl Schellkopf, right, help load free water into cars for the public at a water distribution area at ...
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Shelly Genaro, with the American Red Cross, directs traffic to a water distribution area for free water. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Shelly Genaro, with the American Red Cross, directs traffic to a water distribution area for free water.
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