Something in the water near Duke Energy has some residents in Gibson County concerned. That something is boron, a non-metal element that can be found in food, water, even air. In small amounts, it is generally okay, but consuming large amounts can cause serious health problems. Duke Energy found significant amounts in the well water after a voluntary study. They tell FOX 7 the levels aren't dangerous yet, but they're high enough for the company to take precautions. They've sent out notices to those affected and bottled water for residents to use. They believe it's coming from a leak in a clay liner beneath one of the company's coal ash storage ponds. Duke says not to worry, but some residents are still concerned. Duke plans to figure out a long-term solution.