The Seminole Sentinel reports that a sample from the well tested positive for E. coli on September 11th.
City of Seagraves leaders cut the well off from service after the test.
Officials then flushed and treated the well with a chlorinated solution.
After the well was flushed, Seagraves officials sent the water to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality for more testing.
City of Seagraves leaders sent a notice to customers, explaining the situation and their response to it.