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Boil Order Affects 10,000 Jackson County Residents
Updated May 5, 2013 1:03 AM | Filed under: WBIW News
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(BROWNSTOWN, IN) - Water Officials in Jackson County, serving about 10,000 residents continue to work with the state to get a boil order water advisory issued on Thursday lifted.

Officials say they have two consecutive days of good samples.

The boil order water advisory does not affect residents of Seymour, or the towns of Medora and Crothersville.

The boil order water advisory stems from the discovery of E. coli in two samples taken from the system on Feb. 17th.



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