Boil-water advisories lifted in Pinch, Paint Creek
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- West Virginia American Water has lifted a boil-water advisory for approximately 100 customers in the Pinch area of Kanawha County. The advisory was issued Friday for Pinch and Quick Road from Reunion Road and Pinchton Trail to Indian Lake Drive, Cottonwood Drive, Anderson Drive, Acorn Lane, Chansum Place and Greystone Estates following a water main break. Crews have since repaired that break, according to the water company.
West Virginia American Water also lifted a boil-water advisory for 275 customers along Paint Creek Road in Kanawha County. The water company issued the advisory Friday for all West Virginia American Water customers in its Upper Kanawha Valley district following a boil water advisory. The town of Pratt, which provides the water for the system, issued the advisory.