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13 Jan

(Register-Herald) – When faced with emergency situations, like water contamination, West Virginia University Extension Service’s expert says that the most important thing to do is to remain calm.

“In any disaster situation, it’s critical that you remain calm so that you can make informed and rational choices,” said WVU Extension Service Interim Director Steve Bonanno, who spent 14 years as the deputy director of the Pleasants County Office of Emergency Services.

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