'Please just don't forget about us': Water crisis in Jackson, Mississippi is far from over

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On Aug. 29, residents of Mississippi’s capital city of Jackson lost access to running water when excessive rainfall led to flooding at the Pearl River, and one of the city’s two water-treatment plants failed. Low or no water pressure left many residents without sufficient water to drink, bathe or flush toilets.

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