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Paradise Residents Unsure If Their Water Is Safe

A year has passed since the Paradise Camp Fire, the most destructive fire in the state’s history. Although many residents have returned to their homes, they are now questioning the safety of their water supply. In this California Report segment, reporter Molly Peterson discusses a new study led by PHI’s Gina Soloman, on the state of water in Paradise and Magalia, California, and nearby areas. 

Logo: The California ReportA year has passed since the Paradise Camp Fire, the most destructive fire in the state’s history. Although many residents have returned to their homes, they are now questioning the safety of their water supply.

In this California Report segment, reporter Molly Peterson discusses a new study led by PHI’s Gina Soloman, on the state of water in Paradise and Magalia, California, and nearby areas.

The goal of the study is to collect information that will inform the recovery in the Camp fire zone, while also helping to prevent future drinking water issues after wildfires.

Hear the full podcast on KQED. (The segment begins at 3:27)

Originally published by KQED


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