Residents may resume normal water use but should take the following precautionary measures after a boil alert
A boil water alert for parts of Stafford County, Virginia, was lifted Friday afternoon.
The boil water alert was issued late Tuesday night due to complications from a water main break. Affected areas were in the southern part of the county. Massive Apt. Fire Started by Angry Ex-Girlfriend: Officials Crews flushed water lines, and tests showed no evidence of contamination, a county spokesman said. All residents can resume normal use of water.
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