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Soap Lake boil water order lifted after five days

The order was issued last Thursday evening. The Grant County Sheriff's Office said it was due to 'multiple water main failures.'

SOAP LAKE, Wash. — The boil water order issued for Soap Lake residents on Oct. 3 was lifted on Tuesday after five days.

The boil water order was issued on Oct. 3 after "multiple water main failures" throughout the city. The Grant County Sheriff's Office said the water was not safe for use without boiling.

There was no reason given for the multiple water main failures.

People with more questions about the water boil order are asked to contact the City of Soap Lake or the Soap Lake Police Department.

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