Distrust remains after Navy report on tainted Hawaii water

  • Lauren Wright, a Navy spouse whose family was sickened by jet fuel in their tap water, shows her supply of bottled water at her home in Honolulu, Friday, July 1, 2022. A Navy investigation says shoddy management and human error caused fuel to leak into Pearl Harbor's tap water last year. The leak poisoned thousands of people and forced military families to evacuate their homes for hotels. (AP Photo/Caleb Jones)

  • Lauren Wright, a Navy spouse whose family was sickened by jet fuel in their tap water, looks at a water sample from her kitchen sink at her home in Honolulu, Friday, July 1, 2022. A Navy investigation says shoddy management and human error caused fuel to leak into Pearl Harbor's tap water last year. The leak poisoned thousands of people and forced military families to evacuate their homes for hotels. (AP Photo/Caleb Jones)

  • Lauren Wright, a Navy spouse whose family was sickened by jet fuel in their tap water, shows her supply of bottled water at her home in Honolulu, Friday, July 1, 2022. A Navy investigation says shoddy management and human error caused fuel to leak into Pearl Harbor's tap water last year. The leak poisoned thousands of people and forced military families to evacuate their homes for hotels. (AP Photo/Caleb Jones)

  • Lauren Wright, a Navy spouse whose family was sickened by jet fuel in their tap water, takes a water sample at her home in Honolulu on Friday. (AP Photo/Caleb Jones)

HONOLULU — Lauren Wright continues to be leery of the water coming out of the taps in her family’s U.S. Navy home on Oahu, saying she doesn’t trust that it’s safe.