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November 11, 2013

BOIL ORDER: Nappanee issues citywide boil order

NAPPANEE — Nappanee officials have issued at citywide boil water order.

Nappanee experienced a malfunction at its water treatment facility at about 7:30 a.m. Monday morning, water utility Superintendent Gale Gerber stated in a press release. Water utility personnel are investigating the cause of the malfunction and water pressure is being restored.

Because of the loss of water pressure system wide, Gerber said, it was necessary to issue a citywide boil order.

Utility customers are asked to boil all water used for human consumption prior to use. The water utility will notify all customers when the boil order is lifted.

City officials said fire protection has not been compromised.

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