CHAMPLIN, Minn. - Water restrictions have been lifted for residents of the city of Champlin after a computer glitch caused water pressure and levels to drop significantly on Friday.
The city says the problem was quickly discovered and pumping was increased to regain water pressure, but the loss of pressure was noticeable for some residents. Some even reported discoloration in some city water.
The city worked with the Minnesota Department of Health to ensure that the water was safe to drink.
The restrictions included a ban on lawn sprinkling and private car washing.
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