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L. A. must dump water from two reservoirs
An unexpected, potentially dangerous chemical reaction occurred at the Silver Lake and Elysian facilities.
By Duke Helfand Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
December 15 2007
In the midst of a drought, Los Angeles officials announced Friday that 600 million gallons of water must be dumped from two reservoirs that supply a swath of the city because an unexpected chemical reaction rendered it undrinkable.
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