LIBERTY HILL, Texas (KXAN) - Officials with the water service that serves Liberty Hill announced one of the wells has tested positive for an E. coli contamination.
However, Severn Trent Services operations director Scott Manuel said Monday that the affected well has been taken offline, therefore, the city's drinking water has not been contaminated.
Manuel said there is not a boil water notice issued.
Crews will continue testing the well, which has been disinfected, and put back into use on the system once it tests free of bacteria, Manuel said.
The E. coli was discovered on Tuesday.
The city of Liberty Hill uses five wells.
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