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(CNN) - Water began flowing through some West Virginia taps Monday, four days after a licorice-scented chemical leaked into a river upstream from the state's largest city - fouling water supplies for hundreds of thousands.
"We have made a lot of progress, but I ask all West Virginians to remain patient as we work to safely restore service to all areas," Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin said.