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Boil order lifted in Oakley

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SUMMIT COUNTY -- Residents of Oakley no longer need to boil their drinking water.

City leaders lifted the boil order Sunday. The order was put into place after last week's massive flooding contaminated the city's water supply.

Officials are confident they've removed the contaminants from the water by flushing water pipes with chlorine.

The flooding buried homes and backyards in water.

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