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Drought in California leads to cutbacks in water

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. — California municipalities have found ways to cutback on water during the drought, according to station KERO.

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BAKERSFIELD, Calif. — The drought in California has led many organizations to conserve water in order to help out, according to station KERO.

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For example, AT&T has stopped washing all its vehicles, and the Kern County Fire Department has reduced the amount of water used to clean its vehicles.

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The fire department has also cutback on the water used during training sessions.

The city of Bakersfield has a carwash facility where vehicles are being washed, but a portion of the water is recycled.

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