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Distrust remains after Navy report on tainted Hawaii water

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A Navy investigation blamed the fuel leak and the water crisis that followed on shoddy management and human error. Some Hawaii residents, including Native Hawaiians, officials and military families said the report doesn't help restore trust in the Navy. Report: Officials defaulted to assuming the best about what was happening when the spills occurred, instead of assuming the worst.
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Distrust remains after Navy report on tainted Hawaii water

A Navy investigation released Thursday blamed the fuel leak and the water crisis that followed on shoddy management and human error.

1 month ago·Toronto, Canada
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Distrust remains after Navy report on tainted Hawaii water

Lauren Wright continues to be leery of the water coming out of the taps in her family’s U.S. Navy home in Hawaii, saying she doesn’t trust that it’s safe.

1 month ago·Washington, United States
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Distrust remains after Navy report on tainted Hawaii water

HONOLULU (AP) — Lauren Wright continues to be leery of the water coming out of the taps in her family's U.S. Navy home in Hawaii, saying she doesn't trust that it's safe. Wright, her sailor husband and their three children ages 8 to 17 were among the thousands of people who were sickened late last year after fuel from military storage tanks leaked into Pearl Harbor’s tap water.

1 month ago·United States
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Distrust remains after Navy report on tainted Hawaii water

HONOLULU (AP) — Lauren Wright continues to be leery of the water coming out of the taps in her family’s U.S. Navy home in Hawaii, saying she doesn’t trust that it’s safe. Wright, …

1 month ago·Washington, United States
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Distrust remains after Navy report on tainted Hawaii water

Lauren Wright continues to be leery of the water coming out of the taps in her family's U.S. Navy home in Hawaii, saying she doesn't trust that it's safe.Wright, her sailor husband and their three children ages 8 to 17 were among the thousands of people who were sickened late last year after fuel from military storage tanks leaked into Pearl Harbor’s tap water.The family has returned to their military housing after spending months in Honolulu ho…

1 month ago·Jacksonville, United States
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Distrust remains after Navy report on tainted Hawaii water

Lauren Wright continues to be leery of the water coming out of the taps in her family's U.S. Navy home in Hawaii, saying she doesn't trust that it's safe.Wright, her sailor husband and their three children ages 8 to 17 were among the thousands of people who were sickened late last year after fuel from military storage tanks leaked into Pearl Harbor’s tap water.The family has returned to their military housing after spending months in Honolulu ho…

1 month ago·Detroit, United States
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