The citizens of Sudan are free to run their water, and drink it too.
The town's water supply was cut off 10 days ago, following a series of leaks. It was turned back on two days later, and was safe for bathing, but residents had to boil the water before drinking it.
Further testing was needed to determine when they could cancel the boil notice. The third and final test came back Wednesday, with favorable results.
Water Line Break Forces Sudan Residents to go Without Water for Nearly 48 Hours
One thousand residents in the city of Sudan can finally wash off 36 hours worth of dirt. Sudan, located 53 miles northwest of Lubbock, has been without water since Monday. The water is now back on for good, but not before the city was drenched with major problems. NewsChannel 11's Kealey McIntire takes us to Sudan.