PLYMOUTH COUNTY, IA — The boil advisory for Brunsville, IA has been lifted. Residents no longer need to boil their water. All water testing has been completed. Previous Story: Residents of a Plymouth County community are being told to boil their water until further notice. That boil advisory coming after construction crews hit a water main Friday morning in Brunsville, Iowa, a small town of about 150 people 7 miles northwest of Le Mars. The town's residents are without water for the moment, and once the main is repaired residents will have to boil their water until tests confirm it is safe to drink.
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