MILLVILLE / STEWARTVILLE, Minn. (KTTC) -- Two more communities are putting out warnings about the need to prevent underground water pipes from freezing. Millville and Stewartville are asking residents to take precautions.
Rich Spring from Millville says people there need to be on alert.
And the city of Stewartville has received reports of frozen water lines.
If you live in Stewartville and your water temperature gets below 40 degrees, you should run a steady stream out of your kitchen faucet. But the city warns it will not be responsible for the cost of running the water used during this time.
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