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Water boil order lifted in St. Peters

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St. Peters officials on Wednesday lifted a precautionary order to boil drinking water after heavy flooding in the area.

The city issued a water boil advisory shortly before 2 p.m. Tuesday for residents of the Savannah Country, Hill Farm and Southwood Drive subdivisions. City officials said tests confirmed the water is safe.

St. Peters had some of the heaviest flooding in the St. Louis region on Tuesday.

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