Boil order lifted in Assumption Parish
NAPOLEONVILLE – Authorities in Assumption Parish have lifted a parish wide boil order Saturday afternoon.
Health officials detected E. Coli Friday afternoon in the system that serves parish water customers.
Emergency managers warned anyone served by the APWW in Assumption Parish should boil water until new water samples were analyzed.
The Department of Health and Hospitals said Saturday that new samples showed no trace of the bacteria.
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