WASHINGTON — While the General Services Administration (GSA) continues to piece together the reasons behind their exploding toilets, new insights might be emerging, according to Reuters.
Leaked e-mails exchanged between GSA workers actually indicate some feared doing the most necessary of acts, the article stated.
According to the article, while the GSA has been pretty hush about incident, internal memos show some cause for concern, one telling employees not to flush toilets or use any domestic water.
The explosion might have been caused by old plumbing and human error, as property management found the toilet''s waterlines were dry after the explosion, the article noted.
Thus far, no lawsuits have been filed, but these new details indicate that potential legal action might not be far off, the article added.
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