Crystal Lake to be closed due to elevated E. coli bacteria
MANCHESTER — The public beach at Crystal Lake has been shut down by the Manchester Health Department due to elevated levels of E. coli bacteria.The elevated levels were detected during routine water testing on Monday.
Water samples taken from other parts of the lake did not have elevated levels.The beach will be re-opened once levels are found to be acceptable. More samples were drawn on Tuesday and those results were expected today.
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