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Boil Water alert in New Ellenton area lifted

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NEW ELLENTON, SC (WFXG) -

UPDATE:

Officials in New Ellenton announced Monday afternoon, the boil water advisory for the Drybranch Road area has been lifted.

OFFICIAL STORY:

Officials in New Ellenton are asking some residents to boil their water. The New Ellenton Public Works office says a main line break occurred on Highway 19 .

The boil water advisory impacts customers in the Drybranch Road area to Medwill Hill Road area and any area between that was affected by pressure loss.

Water should be boiled for one minute before drinking or cooking for 48 hours or until further notice.

If you have any questions please call the CPW office at (803)652-2862.

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