Southern Prince Georges Residents Prepare For Water Outage : Fotografía de noticias

Southern Prince Georges Residents Prepare For Water Outage

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TEMPLE HILLS, MD - JULY 16: Diana Thomas and her grandson D'Andre Hall purchase drinking water at Jumbo Foods International Supermarket in Temple Hills, MD on July 16, 2013. The supermarket is well stocked for water because the manager had warehoused water, along with other emergency supplies, in preparation for the summer storm season. Later today the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission will shut down a water main that will cut water to thousands of residents and businesses in southern Prince George's County. The shutoff is necessary to make much-need repairs. WSSC officials say the outage will run 2-4 days WSSC officials say. They're advising residents to stock up on water, fill bathtubs to use for flushing, and ration water as much as necessary. (Photo by Linda Davidson / The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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TEMPLE HILLS, MD - JULY 16: Diana Thomas and her grandson D'Andre Hall purchase drinking water at Jumbo Foods International Supermarket in Temple Hills, MD on July 16, 2013. The supermarket is well stocked for water because the manager had warehoused water, along with other emergency supplies, in preparation for the summer storm season. Later today the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission will shut down a water main that will cut water to thousands of residents and businesses in southern Prince George's County. The shutoff is necessary to make much-need repairs. WSSC officials say the outage will run 2-4 days WSSC officials say. They're advising residents to stock up on water, fill bathtubs to use for flushing, and ration water as much as necessary. (Photo by Linda Davidson / The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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Diana Thomas and her grandson D'Andre Hall purchase drinking water at... Fotografía de noticias 173712124Agua,Beber,EE.UU.,Horizontal,Interés humano,Maryland,Nieto,Varón,Venta al por menorPhotographer Collection: The Washington Post 2013 The Washington PostTEMPLE HILLS, MD - JULY 16: Diana Thomas and her grandson D'Andre Hall purchase drinking water at Jumbo Foods International Supermarket in Temple Hills, MD on July 16, 2013. The supermarket is well stocked for water because the manager had warehoused water, along with other emergency supplies, in preparation for the summer storm season. Later today the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission will shut down a water main that will cut water to thousands of residents and businesses in southern Prince George's County. The shutoff is necessary to make much-need repairs. WSSC officials say the outage will run 2-4 days WSSC officials say. They're advising residents to stock up on water, fill bathtubs to use for flushing, and ration water as much as necessary. (Photo by Linda Davidson / The Washington Post via Getty Images)