CABELL COUNTY, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- Water flushing happened Tuesday in the Ona area after some customers reported a licorice smell, a West Virginia American Water spokeswoman said.

On Tuesday, WSAZ.com received calls from some Ona residents who said they noticed the smell.

A similar odor was reported by many people after the Jan. 9 MCHM chemical spill in Charleston that affected more than 300,000 residents in parts of nine counties.

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