Westwood residents asked to boil water
Friday, May 24 — Westwood residents are being asked to boil their water for at least five minutes because water coming out of the spring is cloudy.
According to Susan Coffi, Westwood Community Services District secretary, crews collected water samples early this morning and the samples were taken to a Greenville lab for testing. Results could come back by tomorrow.
At the direction of the state, chlorine levels have also been increased. For questions or concerns, call the office at 256-3211.
The water turned cloudy after a 5.7 earthquake rattled the Plumas and Lassen County areas in the evening of Thursday, May 23.
Earlier this morning PG&E reported power had beeen restored in the Prattville area. Cal Trans said rocks have been cleared from the roadways and all roads were open. Crews were inspecting bridges in the area to assure there is no earthquake damage.
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