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WVPA Sharing: Additional Water Crisis photos now available – Jan. 13

Distribution and delivery photos shared by Charleston Daily Mail

CHARLESTON, W, Va. —  The Charleston Daily Mail has provided the WVPS Sharing Network with two additional photos for the use of member newspapers with the water emergency stories.

To avoid confusion, these photos were taken Sunday and are available as of Monday morning.

The WVPA thanks Editor/Publisher Brad McElhinny, managing editor Phil and photographer Craig Cunningham for the photos below. They are provided for use  at your discretion in print and online at no additional charge. The photos has been emailed to the editorial email list or can be downloaded from the site. If you have questions or problems, contact Don Smith at 304-550-0454.

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Charleston Daily Mail Craig Cunningham
JoAnn Chapouris asks Paramedic John Johnson to carry a case of water inside her home in Rand on Sunday, Jan. 12, as the West Virginia Water Crisis continues.

WVPA Photo Sharing/Charleston Daily Mail's Craig Cunningham JoAnn Chapouris asks Paramedic John Johnson to carry a case of water inside her home in Rand on Sunday, Jan. 12, as the West Virginia Water Crisis continues.
WVPA Photo Sharing/Charleston Daily Mail’s Craig Cunningham
JoAnn Chapouris asks Paramedic John Johnson to carry a case of water inside her home in Rand on Sunday, Jan. 12, as the West Virginia Water Crisis continues.

 

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WVPA Sharing Photo/Charleston Daily Mail’s Craig Cunningham
Christie Peterson, left, and Melissa Appleton pass out cases of water at the Malden Volunteer Fire Department on Sunday, Jan. 12, as the West Virginia Water Crisis continues.
WVPA Sharing Photo/Charleston Daily Mail's Craig Cunningham Christie Peterson, left, and Melissa Appleton pass out cases of water at the Malden Volunteer Fire Department on Sunday, Jan. 12, as the West Virginia Water Crisis continues.
WVPA Sharing Photo/Charleston Daily Mail’s Craig Cunningham
Christie Peterson, left, and Melissa Appleton pass out cases of water at the Malden Volunteer Fire Department on Sunday, Jan. 12, as the West Virginia Water Crisis continues.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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