Rhonda McCormick flushes out her son's catheter as she cares for him in their home in Prenter, WV. Josh was diagnosed with kidney cancer and is one of the many residents of this small town who have had kidney issues, gallbladder problems, or some type of cancer, including brain tumors. Many of the residents believe these health issues may be a result of their contaminated water, which they attribute to decades of both mountaintop and underground mining activities near their small town. Water tests have discovered high levels of arsenic, lead, mercury, manganese, and other chemicals at levels that federal regulators say could contribute to cancer and damage to the kidneys and nervous system. A group of residents have filed a lawsuit against several coal companies that mine the area.