A boil water advisory is active in Seneca County, according to health officials.
An alert went out late-Monday that indicated local municipal workers were attempting to mend a water main break in the town of Waterloo.
While the water main break was fixed, residents in the area of Seeley Road, Serven Road, Lakeshore Drive, Lincoln Avenue, Border City Road, and Waterloo-Geneva Road are encouraged to boil their water until two days of tests can be cleared.
Officials say the boil water advisory will likely last two days.
Starting on 9/28/20 8:00pm a local water system had the following problem:
A water main break which resulted in loss of water to the Border City area. This problem indicates that harmful microbes may be present in your drinking water. pic.twitter.com/jlsTuZANl9
— SenecaCntyHealthDept (@SenecaCountyDOH) September 29, 2020
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