Water advisory off for Talatha residents

Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2012 5:42 PM
Last updated 6:10 PM
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A boil water advisory has been repealed for Talatha, S.C., residents.

According to a news release, a distribution flush and samples analyzed in a certified lab have revealed there is no contamination and water is safe for drinking and cooking.

Any questions on the advisory repeal can be addressed by calling (803) 652-1381.

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Again???

Again???

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