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(WSAZ/NBC) – Frustration is growing with the ongoing problems from West Virginia's water crisis.
More than 100 people marched in Charleston Saturday to demand clean water and compensation.
Organizers and people at the "My Clean H20 Matters!" march said they've spent dollar after dollar on bottled water.
The cost of gas and medical expenses are also adding up, and they want to make it very clear that they have no intention of fronting the bill for long.
Angela Adkins is one of many who are taking her frustration to the streets of Charleston. She wants clean and safe water.
"The people of West Virginia are fed up," said Adkins.