Water is again running through the Jordan aqueduct to Orem and Salt Lake County.

Salt Lake County and Central Utah Water Conservancy District crews shut down the system early Monday morning after a tanker truck loaded with ammonium nitrate crashed into the Provo River. The substance and diesel oil mixed with it oozed into the river."All water is flowing as it should be," said Dave Ovard, the Salt Lake district general manager. Water was allowed through the Olmstead diversion in Provo Canyon about 1 p.m.

The Salt Lake aqueduct, which runs parallel to the Jordan aqueduct down the canyon, supplied water to Orem and Salt Lake Valley the past two days. The two systems are major supply lines to Utah and Salt Lake counties.

Ovard said reserve ponds that were drained the Monday and Tuesday are filling up.