ST. MARY’S GLACIER, Colo. (CBS4) – The water is finally safe to drink again for people living in St. Mary’s Glacier.

(credit: CBS)

(credit: CBS)

The town in Clear Creek County was without drinkable water for more than three weeks.

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The wells got dangerously low in April, so water was shut off. When it was turned back on it was highly chlorinated and unsafe to drink.

Jugs of water were brought in.

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The water levels were reported to be back to normal on Monday.

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