TROY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — More homes have tested positive for lead in the water in the city of Troy. City officials said 60 more homes and buildings were tested for lead.
In some of the samples, an elevated level of lead was found in the water. They said the city’s source of water is free from lead, and it may be from lead water service lines or interior lead plumbing.
The city is continuing to try to remove all lead service lines and interior plumbing to help keep residents safe.
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