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UPDATE: Boil water advisory lifted

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AIKEN COUNTY, SC (WFXG) -

Customers of Valley Public Service Authority no longer need to boil their water before drinking and cooking. The boil water advisory was lifted Sunday morning. Many customers in Warrenville and Gloverville had been under the advisory since a service outage on Friday morning.

Valley Public Service Authority says lab results indicate the water is safe.

Customers who still have questions about the water can contact Valley Public Service Authority at (803) 593-2053.

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Because of a water service interruption, Valley Public Service Authority is warning customers in Warrenville and Gloverville to boil their water before drinking it or cooking with it.

There was a water main break this morning. Repairs resulted in a service interruption for some customers. The authority says there’s no confirmed contamination at this point. To be on the safe side, customers who experienced an interruption in service should vigorously boil their water for at least one full minute once service is restored, until notified otherwise.  Any ice made from water which has not been boiled should not be used for drinking purposes.

If you should have any questions concerning this notice, you can contact the water system at (803) 593-2053.

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