Nearly 1,400 affected by boil water advisory in Martin County, Ky.
originally posted on September 6, 2016
MARTIN COUNTY, Ky. (WSAZ) — Nearly 1,400 Martin County Water customers are affected Tuesday by a boil water advisory, the company reports.
It was issued due to maintenance on the main lines. The advisory begins at Buck Creek Tank and continues to Warfield, Hode, Route 292 to the Pike County line, Meathouse, Emily Creek, Pigeon Roost, Route 2032 and the Wolf Creek area.
Customers are encouraged to bring their water to a boil for about three minutes before using it. Any water used for drinking, cooking, bathing and watering pets should be boiled and allowed to sufficiently cool.
The advisory remains in effect until further notice from Martin County Water.