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Soldier Hollow boil order lifted

UPDATE: The boil order has been lifted, according to the DEQ.

MIDWAY, Utah — The Charleston Water Conservancy District issued a boil order for the Solider Hollow Complex, which includes the golf course, grill and Olympic venue, after E. coli was detected in the water supply Wednesday.

The Utah Department of Environmental Quality said visitors to the complex between 3:30 p.m. Tuesday and 6:00 p.m. Wednesday are being asked to monitor their health for possible E. coli infections.

The DEQ said the contamination happened after a construction accident Tuesday resulted in a break in the pipes.

The contamination was not detected until Wednesday afternoon.

 

Boil order issued for Soldier Hollow Complex after E. coli detection

MIDWAY, Utah — The Charleston Water Conservancy District has issued a boil order for the Solider Hollow Complex, which includes the golf course, grill and Olympic venue, after E. coli was detected in the water supply Wednesday.

The Utah Department of Environmental Quality said visitors to the complex between 3:30 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. Wednesday are being asked to monitor their health for possible E. coli infections.

The DEQ said the contamination happened after a construction accident Tuesday resulted in a break in the pipes.

The contamination was not detected until Wednesday afternoon.

 

Brian Head issues boil order after E. coli found in water supply

BRIAN HEAD, Utah — The town of Brian Head has issued a boil order for their water after E. coli was detected in the supply Thursday.

According to a notice posted by the town, residents should boil water for one minute and let it cool before using it or use bottled water for the interim.

The E. coli was detected Thursday. Officials will chlorinate and flush the water system while increasing sampling to pinpoint the source of the bacteria.

Residents will be notified when the boil order is lifted.

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Payson lifts boil order after test results come back clean

PAYSON, Utah – The city of Payson announced it has lifted the boil order Saturday afternoon after water samples came back clean.

According to a Facebook post by Payson Fire Rescue, the water samples taken for testing came back safe for consumption and drinking.

The boil order was issued after a water main break Thursday morning that affected homes between 400 North to 900 North and 300 East to 750 East.

Payson City issues boil order after earlier water main break

PAYSON, Utah – Payson Fire and Rescue said residents that went without water due to a water main break earlier Thursday will need to boil water until further notice.

Homes between 400 North to 900 North and 300 East to 750 East are affected by the boil order.

The department’s Facebook post said Payson City Water is working to resolve the problem and any questions can be directed to the water department at 801-465-5217.