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Boil advisory is lifted for Cromwell

The water in Cromwell is now safe for human consumption, the Oklahoma Department of Environmlental Quality announced Monday.
FROM STAFF REPORTS Published: July 28, 2014
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The water in Cromwell is now safe to drink, the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality announced Monday.

In accordance with state and federal regulations, a public advisory to boil water in the Seminole County town was issued after samples indicated E. coli was present in the water.

More than 1,600 public water supplies in Oklahoma are the responsibility of the state’s Environmental Quality Department, which requires all public water supplies to regularly submit samples for routine testing to ensure safe human consumption.