"We just want to make sure we do the right thing. And I'm not saying the water company is not because they have given us the 'all clear.' I'm just being cautious," Abdulla said. "We are just going to feel it out and play it by ear and listen to our customers."
Lola's pizza on Bridge Road in South Hills received the OK to start flushing its system Tuesday.
"When we started flushing, the smell started coming out real bad," said Lola's manager Andrew Crichton. "We were uneasy and we did not want our customers uneasy."
Lola's will use bottled water for cooking, cleaning and drinking for about a month, Crichton said.
Customers and employees have helped supply the water, Crichton said.
"We want to give them the peace of mind that we will use bottled water as long as it takes," Crichton said.
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