Locks cut to Boston water supply aqueduct, ‘drinking water does not appear to have been tampered with’

Every water droplet may translate in money as Maryland is instituting a "rain tax" photo D. Sharon Pruitt from Hill Air Force Base, Utah, USA

The padlocks to hatches of an aqueduct outside of Boston that supplies drinking water to the metropolitan area were found cut Monday, leading to local concerns after there was a trespassing incident.
Officials say the drinking water does not appear to have been tampered with.
Water has not been altered says Boston authorities after finding several locks to the aqueducts cut open photo D. Sharon Pruitt from Hill Air Force Base, Utah, USA.
      
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2 Responses to Locks cut to Boston water supply aqueduct, ‘drinking water does not appear to have been tampered with’

  1. Iver Jacobsen says:

    Nothing to see here, folks, move along. Never mind the Arab chem engineers checking out the reservoir that supplies Boston -- at 00:30 -- under cover of darkness. I’m sure they were just currious young folk, fighting insomnia. These two incidents just days apart can’t be connected.
    Tempus fugit. III%

  2. tmedlin says:

    people in the Boston area, better be stocking up on drinking water-I wouldn’t drink anything that didn’t come out of a bottle!

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