Pocasset forced to drink bottled water following main break

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GRADY COUNTY, Okla. — Residents in the town of Pocasset will be forced to drink bottled water due to a main break in the water line.

Grady County Emergency Management (GCEM) was notified by the Mayor of the town, as well as the water department, that a main water line has broken and the town has been left without water.

A small amount of bottled water is being picked up from the Grady County EOC until a portable water trailer can be brought in.

GCEM says residents can get bottled water, for drinking use only, from the Community Center in Pocasset.

“The water department is working hard to fine the break and get it repaired as soon as possible,” Grady County Emergency Management’s Facebook page reads.

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