UPDATE: Village of Lowell, Ohio cancels Boil Water Advisory

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LOWELL, Ohio (WTAP) - UPDATE: 1/15/2019

On Tuesday, the Village of Lowell, Ohio canceled a Boil Water Advisory it originally issued Saturday, affecting the 200 block of Walnut, 300 block of Main, 300 block of 3rd, and the 400 block of 4th Streets.


ORIGINAL STORY: 1/12/2019

A boil advisory has been issued Saturday for parts of Lowell.

According to a post on the Village of Lowell's Facebook page, the boil advisory applies to the 200 block of Walnut, 300 block of Main, 300 block of 3rd, and the 400 block of 4th Streets.

The advisory has been issued due to the failure of equipment.

The Facebook post states ice, food, and beverages prepared with unsafe water must be thrown away. It says to use boiled water or commercially bottled water for drinking, food preparation, and making ice. If you boil water, the water should be heated to a rolling boil for at least one minute before use. Ice should be made from boiled or bottled water.

Once the advisory is lifted, the impacted areas will be notified by news, radio, social media, or by handout.

If you have any questions regarding the drinking water, please contact the Village of Lowell Fire Department at 740-896-3046 or Nicholas Long at 740-896-3086.



 
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