Drinking Water Lines at LAX Terminal is Contaminated with AC Water

Drinking water lines at LAX became contaminated Wednesday morning. Travelers and employees are being warned not to drink or wash their hands with any tap water, an airport official said.

According to LAX spokesperson Nancy Suey Castles, “The cross-contamination occurred in Terminal 6 between 7 a.m. and 8:30 a.m. when a potable water line crossed with a non-potable line holding recycled and chilled water used for air conditioning.”

All the food and beverages sales in Terminal 6 were stopped immediately, however there have been no reports of flight delays as a result of the water contamination, and the water in Terminal 6 will be tested before returning.

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