UPDATE 4/22/2011 @ 7:30 p.m.CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) — West Virginia American Water has lifted a precautionary boil water advisory for approximately 3,000 customers in the Northgate area of Charleston along Greenbrier Street between Hillcrest Road and Rutledge Road, and including Valley Grove, Greenbrier Drive, Northgate Drive, South Ruffner, Rutledge Road, Bakers Fork, West View Drive, Hemingway place, Thurston Drive, Hillcrest Drive, Centers Road, Dee Drive, Players Club Drive, and Kelsie Lane.
The advisory followed a water main break on an 8” line which drained a storage tank which crews have repaired.
Results of water quality testing have confirmed that water quality meets drinking water standards, and there is no further need to boil water prior to consumption.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) — Boil water advisory issued for thousands of customers in Charleston.
West Virginia American Water says the advisory is for customers in the Northgate area of the city, which includes Greenbrier Street between Hillcrest Drive and Rutledge Road.
The advisory affects about 3,000 customers.
Crews are working to fix a water main break in the area.
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