Members of West Metro Fire Rescue out of Lakewood, Colorado, help load water to be taken to the town of Englewood, which had its well dry up earlier last week.
Members of West Metro Fire Rescue out of Lakewood, Colorado, help load water to be taken to the town of Englewood, which had its well dry up earlier last week. Katherine Burgess The Wichita Eagle
Members of West Metro Fire Rescue out of Lakewood, Colorado, help load water to be taken to the town of Englewood, which had its well dry up earlier last week. Katherine Burgess The Wichita Eagle

After a week without water, donated bottled water floods Englewood

March 13, 2017 9:49 AM

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