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Eli Lucero, Associated Press
Morgan Aiken fills up containers with water on Thursday, April, 23, 2015, in Nibley, Utah.

LOGAN, Utah (AP) Residents can drink the water in Nibley now that the city has lifted its ban.

The Logan Herald Journal reports (http://bit.ly/1HOk1jm) the water is safe now that all traces of diesel fuel have been eliminated.

The ban was partially lifted Friday after tests showed the water is clean, but Nibley officials say they want to see the results of additional tests over the weekend before authorizing it for drinking.

Residents can flush their systems if they still detect an odor, but officials say the water is safe for use. Nibley is also treating the water supply with chlorine to ensure cleanliness.

Officials believe a farm truck leaked diesel fuel into the ground near Yeats Springs on April 18. Crews have since been flushing out the city's water delivery system.