UPDATE @ 12:08 p.m. (Feb. 6)
This boil advisory has been lifted.
UPDATE @ 2 p.m. (Feb. 5)
A boil advisory remains in place until further notice for Catawba in Clark County.
Water was tested today and will continue Monday. The boil advisory could remain in place through Tuesday, officials said.
Water should be brought to a rolling boil for 5 minutes to ensure it is safe for consumption, such as cooking, drinking or brushing teeth.
FIRST REPORT (Feb. 4)
A major water main break has prompted a boil advisory to be issued in the village of Catawba.
The boil advisory is in place until further notice for the entire Clark County village after a water main busted on Ohio 54, according to the Linda Addis, the village public affairs clerk.
Crews are working to make repairs, but water samples will need to pass tests in order to lift the advisory and that may not happen until mid-week, Addis said.
For more information, contact Linda Addis at (937) 828-1438.
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