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Posted: 8:19 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2013
By Matt Augustine
ATLANTIC BEACH, Fla. —
The city of Atlantic Beach has issued a boil water advisory after E. coli bacteria was found in one of its water supplies recently.
Recent bacteria tests show that there is no more E. coli in the water but regulations say until they get a few more results they're still issuing a boil water notice in an abundance of caution.
City officials anticipate dealing with the issue in two days.
Residents are asked to boil water for a minute and let cool before using it to wash, drink, or prepare food. You can read the full advisory by clicking on the link on the left.
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