Some Central California residents solely rely on water deliveries due to drought

(KGO)

Some residents in Central California are getting their water needs met solely by deliveries.

Hundreds of homes in Porterville have gone nearly two years without water in their wells, which is normally supplied by runoff from the mountains.

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Many of them can no longer get water from their taps, which means residents have to improvise on the basics like doing dishes, taking showers and flushing toilets.

They desperately rely on weekly water deliveries from the city.

Experts say with the state in its fourth year of drought, this could be the stark future for California's 38 million residents.

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