24 Fulton County schools under boil-water order after massive water main break
ATLANTA – More than 20 Fulton County schools are under a boil-water advisory after a water main break caused low water pressure Tuesday.
The Fulton County schools district said the district was notified about the problem by the Atlanta Department of Watershed Management.
Students at at least one elementary school had to be bussed to another school.
Channel 2’s Audrey Washington spoke to some parents, who were upsest about all the confusion that ensued when their kids were taken to another school.
"The water is out."
Students at one school had to be bussed to another school and that didn’t sit well with some parents.
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@wsbtv pic.twitter.com/XW6QSS6obE — Audrey Washington (@AudreyWSBTV) March 5, 2019 We’re at the scene as crews make emergency repairs, for updates on Channel 2 Action News starting at 4 p.m. “All schools are open, and our school system is enacting safety plans that ensure students are safe and in sanitary conditions.
Bottled water has been provided to all impacted schools and cafeterias are planning alternate meals that are healthy and ensure safety.
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