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Quincy Officials Say Water is Safe

(QUINCY)—Quincy officials discount a claim on social media that the city’s water is responsible for a child’s illness. 

Kurt Parsons

A statement from the Department of Utilities Director David Kent says Quincy’s potable water meets all regulations established by the EPA and that at no time has any representative of St. Louis Children’s Hospital contacted the city to report a water related illness.

The Adams County Health Department says a check with local medical providers finds no unusual clusters of illness in the county.

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