INDIANA COUNTY, Pa. - A boil-water notice is expected to last through the weekend in western Indiana County, the Indiana County Municipal Services Authority said Friday.
The notice was issued after two filters that monitor conditions at the Crooked Creek Water Treatment Plant failed.
The municipal authority is asking about 2,500 customers to boil their water as a precaution until repairs are made early next week. Water should be brought to a rolling boil for one minute and then cooled before use.
Pennsylvania American Water customers are not impacted.
2,500 customers under boil-water notice in Indiana Co.
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