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Jaybette Vann, left, cleans out a Domino sugar container as firefighter Tom Phillips, center, and Lakwan Green, right, work to fill up other Dominio sugar containers with water at the fire station at 1102 S. Wheeling St. in Oregon.

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William Hart, left, and Berdina Hart, right, of Point Place fill up jugs with water at the Oregon fire station at Seaman and Wynn.

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William Hart of Point Place fills up a jug with water at an Oregon fire station.

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Jaybette Vann, left, firefighter Tom Phillips, center, and Lakwan Green, right, work to fill up Dominio sugar containers with water at the fire station at 1102 S. Wheeling St. in Oregon.

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Renee Ford of East Toledo, owner of Chows For Now dog kennel, fills jugs with water for the kennel in the sink at the fire station at 1102 S. Wheeling St. in Oregon.

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Firefighters and citizens work to fill containers with water at the fire station at 1102 S. Wheeling St. in Oregon.

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Firefighters Bryan West, left, and Tom Phillips, right, fill up various containers with water at the fire station at the fire station at 1102 S. Wheeling St. in Oregon.

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Clara Cousino, 4, left, and Clay Cousino, 2, right, both of East Toledo fill buckets with water at the fire station at 1102 S. Wheeling St. in Oregon.

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Firefighter Bryan West, left, works with Clara Cousino, 4, center, and Clay Cousino, 2, right, both of East Toledo fill buckets with water at the fire station at 1102 S. Wheeling St. in Oregon.

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A woman carries empty bottles to Collingwood Water. Construction in the Detroit-Cherry-Berdan area where they left one lane open for parking.

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Construction in the Detroit-Cherry-Berdan area left one lane open for parking for people getting water at Collingwood Water.

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Collingwood Water employee Greg Weyandt, left, carries distilled and not-distilled water for JoAnn Quinn, right.

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Toledo mayor D. Michael Collins, center, holds a press conference on the water advisory at the Lucas County EMA in Toledo. At left, obscured, is Lucas County commissioner Tina Skeldon Wozniak; at right is Dr. David Grossman Lucas County Health Commissioner.

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Dr. David Grossman, Lucas County Health Commissioner, at the morning press conference.

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A truck loaded with bottled water exits at I-75 after driving down from Michigan.

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Aidan Hubbell, 19, left, a BGSU sophomore, and Peter Funk, 20, right, a BGSU sophomore carry out a cooler that was full of water at the Martin Luther King Center Kitchen for the Poor.

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Head Cook Henrietta Armstrong, center, thanks BGSU sophomores Peter Funk, 20, and Aidan Hubbell, 19, as well as Saint Johns High School student Tynan Hubbell, 14, at the Martin Luther King Center Kitchen for the Poor.

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Head Cook Henrietta Armstrong, left, hugs Peter Funk, 20, a BGSU sophomore, right, for the water he and his friends brought to the Martin Luther King Center Kitchen for the Poor

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Christine Pangle, 24 and her mother Julie Pangle, both of Rossford, visited the emergency department at Toledo Hospital on Saturday after Christine felt ill after eating instant mash potatoes made with city water. Christine has several health conditions that have compromised her immune system as she said she felt nauseous and dizzy.

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A Walgreens employee brings chairs for customers to use as they wait for water to be delivered to the store at 4580 Monroe Street.

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Customers wait on line for a truck to drop off water they purchased at Walgreens, 4580 Monroe Street.

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Donald White hauls off water he purchased at Walgreens, 4580 Monroe Street.

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Mary Guy, left, Toledo, and her nieces Hope Gonzales and Tamara Woodard, right, wait on line to pick up water they purchased at Walgreens, 4580 Monroe Street.

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Holly Tipping, Toledo, is at the front of the line as she waits to pick up water she purchased at Walgreens, 4580 Monroe Street.

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A sign is posted at Krogers at Monroe and Secor.

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Isaac Miles, Toledo, sells water on Lewis Avenue, north of Laskey. Mr. Miles had purchased the water in Taylor, Mi., and brought it back to use and sell.

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Brothers Butch, left, and Denny Varnes, Toledo, watch news coverage of the water crisis as they grab a bite to eat at My House Diner on Lewis Avenue. The diner was serving food on paper plates so they didn't have to wash dishes.

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Brothers Denny, left, and Butch Varnes, Toledo, watch news coverage of the water crisis as they grab a bite to eat at My House Diner on Lewis Avenue.

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A sign is posted at the Fiesta Salons 1734 Laskey Rd.

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