Health officials in Clark County advises residents who have well water might be contaminated and could be mixed in with their drinking water from Tuesday’s flooding.
Officials say the well water should be checked for contamination and disinfected after the flooding recedes.
Residents in the area can submit a sample of the water for E. Coli and coliform bacteria testing to the Health District. For more information about this, click here.
Click here to see the information on how to decontaminate well water from the Clark County Combined Health District or call (937) 390-5600.