Rust and corrosion are visible on the inside of a cut-out section of service line between the water meter and a northeast Fresno home in which the owner has seen discolored water dating to 2004.
Rust and corrosion are visible on the inside of a cut-out section of service line between the water meter and a northeast Fresno home in which the owner has seen discolored water dating to 2004. SILVIA FLORES Fresno Bee file photo
Rust and corrosion are visible on the inside of a cut-out section of service line between the water meter and a northeast Fresno home in which the owner has seen discolored water dating to 2004. SILVIA FLORES Fresno Bee file photo

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