BRECKNOCK TWP., Pa. - Pennsylvania environmental officials have a warning for some water customers in Berks and Lancaster counties.
The Department of Environmental Protection said Crystal Spring Vended Water is selling drinking water that has not been monitored for certain contaminants.
The water could pose a health risk, officials said.
The DEP said the company's filling station in Brecknock Township has not completed testing for certain substances since December.
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