The nation's drought is hitting South Carolina hard. And the community of Rock Springs — despite its name — is running dry.
It's a low- to middle-income community, with about 100 homes that rely on well water — and there's precious little of that.
Some wells that do have water also have bacteria. And the closest water pipes will cost more than $500,000 to connect to.
Rock Springs water committee member and retiree Alvin Wylie talks with Melissa Block.