One of the elements of the La Soufriere eruptions that plunged the people of St. Vincent and the Grenadines into crisis was the contamination of the country's water supply.

At the lowest point, pipe-borne distribution fell below 20 percent.

Reporter Alicia Boucher and Camerawoman Kerry Patrick who are presently in St. Vincent, sought answers from SVG's Central Water and Sewerage Authority as to why, as well as the plans on moving forward. They bring you this report.


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