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.


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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