CHICAGO (FOX 32 NEWS) - Approximately 43 percent of Chicago's parks had elevated levels of lead in the water from at least one sink or drinking fountain, according to a DNAinfo Chicago report.
The Chicago Park District released test results this week on the levels of lead of 2,435 drinking water sources. Water at 200 Chicago parks tested positive for high levels of lead, according to the results.
Nearly a quarter of the park district's outdoor drinking fountains tested positive for elevated levels of lead, compared to 3 percent of the park district's indoor water sources, the report found.
Officials told DNAinfo that all of the water sources that tested positive for high lead levels have been shut down.
For the full list of lead testing results at Chicago Parks, click here.