ROCHESTER, Minn. – Dark-colored water at Mayo Clinic in Rochester has forced the hospital to go to a backup plan.
"Mayo Clinic is investigating instances of dark-colored water on our Mayo Clinic Hospital - Rochester, Saint Marys Campus,” the hospital said Tuesday morning in a statement. “We have backup plans, including using distributing bottled drinking water, in place to ensure the safety of our staff, patients and visitors.”
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