Boil Water Advisory Remains In Effect, Repairs Nearing Completion
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – A Boil Water Advisory remains in effect for several Pittsburgh neighborhoods, but the end may be in sight.
The break is located near the intersection of Centre and South Negley avenues.
“At no time has there been any testing that has shown any contaminants within the water.
The chlorine levels are within standards.
All the levels are within standards,” Mayor Bill Peduto said.
Crews hope to have the repairs complete by mid-morning on Tuesday.
The Boil Water Advisory will be lifted once repairs and further water testing are complete.
That could be as soon as [Tuesday] at 5 p.m,” Peduto said.
Nearly 7,000 homes are affected by the advisory in eight Pittsburgh neighborhoods: The PWSA decided to put a Boil Water Advisory in place around 8 p.m. Sunday.
This was done out of an abundance of caution for eight affected neighborhoods: Bloomfield Central Lawrenceville East Liberty Friendship Garfield Highland Park Morningside Shadyside Stay With KDKA.com For More Details