|Copyright 2015, The Associated Press|
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — North Dakota health officials say testing has concluded that Williston's drinking water is safe following an oil spill in the Yellowstone River in Montana.
North Dakota's Health Department says low levels of contaminants were detected in Williston's water but it's unclear where they came from. Officials say the water is safe to drink.
Elevated levels of cancer-causing benzene were found in Glendive's water supply. The tap water has since been deemed safe.
Officials say the benzene levels in Williston's water were found to be well within state and federal standards. Testing will continue.