Nearly 200,000 affected by WV chemical spill
CHARLESTON, WV -- A chemical spill in West Virginia has left tens of thousands of people without running water.
A chemical leaked from a storage tank, then spilled over a containment area into a river.
West Virginia's governor has declared a state of emergency for nine counties. People have been told not to use their tap water.
According to CNN, the chemical is a type of methanol used to wash coal.