Update: Boil order lifted for Morgan County subdivision

Morgan County Health officials have lifted a water boil order after a pipe broke in a subdivision. File photo: Pexels.com,

MORGAN COUNTY, Utah, Jan. 13, 2020 (Gephardt Daily) — A water boil order has been lifted for some 60 homes in Morgan County after a pipe was damaged in a subdivision.

The Utah Department the Water Quality said the boil order was issued Friday for homes in the Highlands subdivision west of Trappers Loop Road, in Morgan County.

“The order is a result of a broken pipe and will be in place until the water system can make repairs, restore service and verify there is no contamination to residents,” said a tweet from the Utah DEQ.

Utah DEQ public information officer Donna Spangler tweeted Monday that the boil order was lifted Sunday.


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