West St. Paul Lifts Drinking Water Advisory
It's OK to drink the tap water again in West St. Paul.
St. Paul Regional Water Services has lifted a drinking water advisory for residents of the suburban community.
The city had said electrical outages during the storms early Tuesday caused low pressure in part of the system. Low pressure makes it easier for harmful bacteria to enter the water system.
But officials say test samples found no bacterial contamination in the water.
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