UPDATE: Boil Water Advisory Canceled in Williamstown

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WILLIAMSTOWN, W.Va. (WTAP) - UPDATE: 2/28/2018, 10:50 A.M.

According to Williamstown Mayor Jean Ford, the Boil Water Advisory has been canceled for Williamstown, as of 10:30 A.M. Wednesday.

The Boil Water Advisory was originally issued on Monday morning, after a broken water main near Sixth Street and Victoria Avenue caused all the water to drain out of the town's water supply reservoir.


UPDATE: 2/26/18 5:30 P.M.

A broken water main that caused water to drain out of the main water reservoir in Williamstown Monday morning has been repaired.

As a result, the city's police department says on its Facebook page that a boil-water advisory in now in effect until further notice.

The break happened in the area of Sixth Street and Victoria Avenue.


ORIGINAL STORY 2/26/18

Residents of Williamstown are out of water and will be under a 48-hour Boil Water Order after repairs are complete.

Williamstown Mayor Jean Ford says the town's water reservoir has been drained by a leak from a broken water main.

Mayor Ford says crews hope to get the water main repaired by this afternoon.

After repairs are completed, there will be a 48-hour boil water advisory for all Williamstown water customers.



 
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