Monterrey suffers weeks-long water cutoff amid drought

MONTERREY, Mexico — Monterrey, Mexico's industrial capital, 

has long been one of the country's most successful cities, 

so its almost 5 million citizens were taken aback when they lost 

one of the most fundamental of services: water.

Due to a combination of severe drought, bad planning, and excessive water usage,

nhabitants of Mexico's industrial powerhouse have been forced to turn to extreme methods reminiscent of remote, 

impoverished areas: storing water in buckets to consume a scoopful at a time.

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