A boil water advisory issued for the Elkview and Clendenin areas of Kanawha County earlier this week has been lifted, according to dispatchers.
The boil water advisory was issued after a power outage at a booster station which in turn drained the storage tank. West Virginia American Water crews were able to restore service to the booster station.
If you live in the Elkview or Clendenin areas of Kanawha County, you may need to boil your water.
West Virginia American Water issued a precautionary boil water advisory for about 600 customers in those areas Monday.
The affected areas include Blue Creek Road, Wills Creek Road, Jordan Creek Road, Rt. 119 North from R.O.P.E. Equipment (Jordan Creek Road) up to Hafer Funeral Home, Kelly Hill Subdivision and Twin Oaks Subdivision.
This advisory comes after a power outage at a booster station which in turn drained the storage tank. West Virginia American Water says crews have restored service to the booster station.
All customers in any of the affected areas should boil their water before consuming it until further notice.
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