JAL, N.M. (KRQE) - The city of Jal in southeastern New Mexico has water issues after E. coli was detected in the system's No. 1 well.
Now the state Environment Department is issuing a boil-water advisory.
The city's 2,000 residents are being notified about the threat.
Until the problem is resolved residents are being told to boil water for five minutes before using it for drinking, cooking, dishwashing or bathing.
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