I don't know the answer, but the question is intriguing: Just how would Twin Cities and out-state families get clean water, in the event of a terrorist attack on the electrical power grid? Would generators run wastewater treatment plants? Would folks have to flush with creek water? Bathe with boiled stream or rainwater? Some have argued that it's not a matter of how this will occur, it's when. But tornado violence has hit us hard too, though not yet on the scale of some southern towns. Just how is the state prepared for such a barbaric existence....perhaps in our futures?
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