Pregnant, breastfeeding women shouldn't drink water in Security, Widefield, Fountain
The EPA has released new information after testing public water in the Security, Widefield and Fountain areas. News5 spoke with neighbors in the area that are worried about drinking their water.
El Paso County Public Health is asking pregnant women, women who could become pregnant and breastfeeding moms to consider another source for drinking water. "I know that what goes in my body goes in his body," said Fountain resident Janet Farris. "So you want your kids to develop normally and not have any consequences from drinking water. We should all have safe drinking water."