KENDRICK, Okla. - Residents of a Lincoln County town were advised Monday to boil all water after E. coli was discovered in the water supply.
The Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality is requesting water in Kendrick, Okla. intended for drinking, use in food preparation, dishwashing or teeth brushing be brought to a full boil for at least one minute.
MORE: CDC info on E. coli (http://1.usa.gov/17q3ZHi)
The department will issue another release when the advisory is lifted.
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