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Ah, I see. You have separate systems there. All of our water is the same. Well all of our city water is all the same, anyway. =p I suppose something like that could happen (and it did!). Was there work done on those lines recently? Sounds like it isn’t too serious. They just want everyone to boil their water just the be safe. Here, water used for irrigating crops has to meet certain standards. Not drinking water standards, but standards nonetheless. I assume your secondary water supply has some sort of regulation so it probably isn’t super dangerous.

We’ve had problems with e. coli in our drinking water here, but it is usually caused by sewer lines backing up due to flooding and whatnot. Sometimes sewer lines rupture though too and no one knows because it’s underground and a slow leak.