By Anthony Martinelli

The official water supply of Hugo, Colorado is positive for THC, the active ingredient in cannabis, according to city officials.

The THC-positive water was first discovered in the city of roughly 700 by locals who were testing the water for contaminants. The results were reported to local law enforcement, who conducted their own tests; they also found the water to contain THC. Their tests weren’t able to determine the precise amount, but were able to determine that there is a noticeable amount.

According to investigators, six of the ten water samples taken tested positive for THC.

“The water is considered safe for bathing, showering, brushing teeth, washing hands, watering yards, washing dishes, cleaning, and laundry,” the state’s Department of Public Health and Environment said in a statement.

Local police will begin distributing bottled water starting Friday morning for those not wanting to drink the water.

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