Minority residents suffer water crisis in capital city of Mississippi
Sean Callebs

Life in Jackson, Mississippi is slowly returning to normal, but it still has a long way to go.

The late winter ice storm that punished much of the south, hit the state's capital hard. It's aging infrastructure including water and sewer lines cracking and breaking during the deep freeze. 

For more than a month, thousands, chiefly Jackson's minority residents have been without water, creating dire circumstances.  

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