Water Buffalo Sites Announced As Flush & Boil Advisory Remains In Effect
Water Buffalo Sites Announced As Flush & Boil Advisory Remains In Effect.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Roughly 18,000 Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority customers are under a Precautionary Flush and Boil Water Advisory.
The advisory covers the North Side of the City of Pittsburgh, as well as Reserve Township and Millvale.
Reserve VFD, 33 Lonsdale Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15212 City of Pittsburgh Pressley High Rise, 601 Pressley Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15214 Pennsylvania Bidwell, 1014 Sheffield Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15214 Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire Station 33, 3284 Central Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire Station 35, 1519 Orchlee Street, Pittsburgh PA Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire Station 38, 198 Essen Street, Pittsburgh, PA The water buffaloes opened to the public at 10 a.m.
If you are unable to get to the water distribution site, call 311.
If you are outside of the City of Pittsburgh, call (412)-255-2621.
Folks at Pressley High Rise are taking advantage of the distribution site “Every time you hear something like that you get nervous.
Customers are being advised to flush their taps for at least one minute before boiling their water for drinking, making ice, washing dishes, brushing teeth, food preparation, and giving to their pets.
PWSA is also advising customers to throw their ice away and re-freeze it with water after it has been boiled.
Further it is inconceivable that the authority loses 50 percent of its water as a result of leaks in the system.