CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- A boil-water advisory is in affect for about 150 customers in the Sugar Creek Drive area of Charleston.
The affected area includes Sugar Creek Drive, Lilly Drive and all side streets. The advisory follows a water-main break caused by nearby construction, which drained a water storage tank, West Virginia American Water officials said.
The Department of Health and Human Resources issued a boil-water advisory for the Glen White-Trap Hill Public Service District after loss of pressure.
The Raleigh County Public Service District issued a boil-water advisory for the entire water system from Dameron to Jarrells Valley on W.Va. 3, to Sandy Bottom on County Route 1.
Customers in each of these areas should boil their water for at least one full minute before use, until further notice.
Beckley Water Co. has lifted a boil-water advisory issued Sunday for Sweeneysburg Road, starting at the intersection of Dry Hill Road and Sweeneysburg Road and extending to Pax Road and Clear Fork Road along Spruce Mountain. The advisory also included the lower section of Maple Fork Road up to Burn Bowyer Road and all side streets. The notice was issued after a water-main break.
Additionally, the Town of Pax Water System has lifted the boil-water advisory issued for the entire water system for the Sweeneysburg area.