CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Several areas in the state are under boil-water advisories following water main breaks. Some area locations have lifted their advisories.
West Virginia American Water has issued a precautionary boil water advisory for approximately 500 residential customers in Riverside, Paint Creek and the town of Pratt. The specific areas included are: the community of Riverside along U.S. 60, the town of Pratt and Crown Hill, Paint Creek Road, Holly Grove Road, Lower Patch Road, Middle Patch Road, Upper Patch Road, Livingston Road and Standard Road. The advisory was issued following water main breaks.
The Raleigh County Public Service District has issued a boil-water advisory for the entire Sycamore water system.
The Brenton Public Service District in Wyoming County has issued a boil-water advisory for its entire system following a pump failure resulting in low water pressure.
Customers in those areas should boil their water for at least one full minute prior to use until further notice.
The Rupert Water Department has lifted the boil-water advisory issued for the Rupert Water System.
The Department of Health and Human Resources has lifted the boil-water advisory for the Cow Town area of the Meadow Bridge water system.
The Beckley Water System has lifted the boil-water advisory for the areas of John Street, Carleton Street, Ridge Avenue and Railroad Avenue, along with all side streets.