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Distribution sites have been set up to help residents in north Fort Worth who have been impacted by the boil water notice or are experiencing water shutoffs.
In addition to the city-operated sites, the following breweries are offering water. Residents need to bring their own containers.
Natural Grocers is also providing free, filtered water to anyone that is affected by the storm. Those who are in need of clean water can stop by any Natural Grocers and fill up five gallons for free using the stores' reverse osmosis water filtration machines. Shortly after the announcement was made, Station 31 served several people who were in need of water. Every time I went it was either gone or literally I get there and one was being loaded into a cart.
Outages have also impacted their ability to push water into the distribution system, which is why some parts of the city have no water. The public is advised to call for additional water distribution locations.
When it is no longer necessary to boil the water, Fort Worth will notify customers that the water is safe for drinking water or human consumption. Fort Worth.
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