Town in San Diego has no water left

Firefighters drained the Ramona reservoir to fight the fire. Now there’s no water left and little possibility, considering the ongoing serious drought, that it will be replenished any time soon. What happens to a town of thousands when there’s no water?

Another serious problem the fire burn areas will face once the fires are out and the rains return will be mudslides, as the denuded hillsides will have no vegetation left to hold the soil in place.

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  1. Skim and bottle the water in the swimming pool?

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