Lincoln County town under water boil for e. coli
KENDRICK, Okla. – The Department of Environmental Quality said residents in Kendrick, located in Lincoln County, should boil their water before using it after e. coli was found.
Health officials said residents should bring drinking water to a full boil for at least one minute before using in cooking, drinking, washing dishes or brushing teeth.
DEQ authorities said residents will be notified when the water is safe again.
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