Father of man accused of killing upstate New York teen Bianca Devins once threatened to kill his wife in same manner: authorities
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Officials say the village of Ravena has a high level of haloacetic acid. They say the water is safe to drink, cook, and bathe with. The levels in the water exceed the EPA threshold by 2.4 percent. Haloacetic acid forms in drinking water during treatment by chlorine.
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