A boil order is now in effect in the Okmulgee County Rural Water District #4.
A representative from the water district says e-coli was detected in the water.
People living in the affected area received notices today to boil their water before using it.
The notice mentions that the contamination was found on September 17. The water district tells 2 Works for You that it takes two days to get the test results.
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