essentially, the entire Metro is under the advisory after an apparent main failure under a river... fragile infrastructure... fragile.

Most citizens seem to be reactive instead of having plans (besides making a run on markets for bottled water).

Ironically, the city sits atop one of the world's best aquafers and produces a surplus despite growing consumption (well fields are recharged both naturally and by the surplus).

We are also fortunate that our rain waste water and sewage systems are separate. Most rain water returns untreated (except by ground filtration) to the rivers. Hopefully, this won't be Flint 2.0