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Red Worms In Tap Water - Florida Water Services Sued

 

A Florida woman who found red worms in her tap water is now going to sue the Florida Water Services.

The fly larvae had probably entered the water system through an old water storage tank, which the company fixed a while ago.

The woman is suing them because the worms increased the "costs of providing clean water to her and her family" and also lowered the property value.

 
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