TEMPLETON, Ind. (WLFI) - Residents in the town of Templeton are upset after they said they've been without water since Saturday night.
Residents like Ozzy Bower said they think it's from a new irrigation system that's been installed in town, but emergency management workers said that's not been confirmed.
For more than 24 hours, residents have had to carry five-gallon buckets of water back and forth from their homes.
Bower said it's made for a long weekend.
"EMA (emergency management agency) brought us drinking water, but you know, we still have no water to bathe and it's going to be the hottest week of the year," said Bower. "So, what are we supposed to do?"
According to Bower, workers with the state will be out on Monday to measure the wells.
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