Water & Drought

June 20, 2015 9:50 AM

Drought disaster in East Porterville turns to budding health crisis

East Porterville saw some of the first dry wells last year

Local doctors say more people have difficulty breathing

No running water, dirtier air amplify pre-existing health issues

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