Tooele City Boil Order Lifted After Water Deemed Safe
TOOELE, Utah – The boil order issued in two Tooele neighborhoods has been lifted after crews determined the water was safe to drink.
Officials issued the order Friday night after a water line was damaged. Details about how the line was damaged, or the extend of damages, was not available.
The order effected the Loma Vista and Skyline Ridge subdivisions. The impacted area includes residences east of Droubay Road, west of Canyon Overlook Drive, north of Skyline Drive, and those on 270 South.
City officials advised residents in the area to boil their water before drinking or cooking.
Tooele City officials said technicians found no trace of coliform or E. coli in samples taken Friday and Saturday.
“These sample results show the drinking water meets regulator standards and is safe to drink,” said an advisory sent to residents.
Officials asked people in the neighborhood to help get word out to people who did not get the notice directly.
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