Emergency Management in Russell County assisted three families in the Castlewood area that needed drinking water after their springs or wells dried up.
Officials there say high temperatures above 90 degrees and sparse rainfall are the contributing factors to the lack of drinking water.
Emergency management says they will continue to monitor and assess the impact of the residents.
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