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WATER SCARE: Parasite Contaminates Village in England

A scenic fishing village in southwest England faces a third day of boiling tap water due to a parasite outbreak. Cryptosporidium has sickened over 45 people in Brixham, Devon. Around 16,000 homes and businesses are affected.

South West Water’s Chief Executive Susan Davy apologized for the disruption caused by the microscopic parasite. Technicians are working around the clock to fix the issue, which may have originated from a pipe in a cattle pasture.

The crisis highlights Britain’s aging water system, already under fire for frequent sewage overflows into rivers and oceans. Public outcry has demanded that water companies clean up their act to prevent further pollution and health risks.

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