Grand River E. Coli Levels Declining

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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – E. Coli levels are continuously decreasing for the Grand River, according to the Kent County Health Department.

Lisa LaPlante with the KCHD tells FOX 17 they’ve tested the waters in Lowell, Plainfield and near Johnson Park. All of which, came back with lower levels of E. Coli since the flooding began on April 18.

LaPlante did not say whether Kent County has lifted the no contact advisory for these areas.

FOX 17 crews are working to bring you more updates throughout the day.

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