Water Found Safe after Quality Tests in Scranton School District

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SCRANTON -- The Scranton School District released results of its water quality tests Wednesday.

The water was tested at all of the 19 school buildings after the water crisis in Flint, Michigan.

The water was contaminated with lead.

Some 20 water samples were taken at each of the schools.

For the most part, the water was found to be safe.