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Island water dries up because of Ice Bucket Challenge
27 August 2014, 17:30
Colonsay - A Scottish Island has shut down because too many people participated in the Ice Bucket Challenge, Daily Mail reported.
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The Ice Bucket Challenge involves dumping water iced water on someone's head and thereafter nominate another person to go.
The Island went insane when the charity challenge took off, as the 135 people that live on the Island participated.
Since the start of the challenge engineers had to come out about five times as they thought the water main had burst.
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