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HIALEAH (CBSMiami) — Water in parts of Hialeah, previously under boil water notice, is now safe to drink.

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City officials lifted a boil water notice put in place just days before for parts of the city.

On Monday, the city had issued a precautionary boil water notice due to concerns the water may have been contaminated after Hurricane Irma.

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Samples obtained in certain areas showed possible contamination after repairs were done to areas damaged during the storm which hit more than a week ago, according to the city.

Residents in the following areas can now drink the water without boiling it.

  • Area 1 – Anyone between West 84th Street and West 21st Street and those between East 10th Avenue and West 6th Avenue.
  • Area 2 – Residents between West 21st Street and Okeechobee Road and those between East 10 Avenue and West 10th Avenue.
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Residents with questions can call the city’s Department of Public Works at (305) 556-3800.