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Boil water advisory lifted after St. Paul water main break

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St. Paul officials lifted the boil water advisory early on Sunday after determining the water contained no harmful bacteria, Kane 11 said.

The Minnesota Department of Health issued the advisory on Saturday as a precaution following the breaking of a water main that flooded several streets, according to Fox 9 news. Officials told Kane 11 that they estimated 1.75 million gallons of water spilled on to the streets.

Officials believe the break occurred as a result of fatigue, and water main has since been repaired, news sources reported.

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