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State water officials continue to test water lines in Camp Fire areas

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State water officials continue to test water lines in Camp Fire areas

State water officials continue to test water lines in Camp Fire areas

Water lines operated by the Del Oro Water Company in Lime Saddle, Paradise Pines and Magalia water districts were clear of contaminations.

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State water officials continue to test water lines in Camp Fire areas

Potentially dangerous chemical.

Water lines operated by the del oro water company in lime saddle, paradise pines and magalia water districts- were clear of contamination.

Concerns that the water quality could be compromised by fire debris or melted plastic pipelines remain.

And- the state will continue to test the water to ensure customer safety.

You can view the test results at the del oro water company we have a link under 'news links' on the action




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