The boil water advisory issued Saturday in Elizabethtown has been lifted.

The precautionary advisory was issued following the break of a 12-inch main that affected service downtown and in south-end neighborhoods early Saturday.

After successful water quality tests, the State Division of Water lifted the advisory Sunday morning, roughly 20 hours after it was initiated.
All areas of the district’s water system have resumed normal operating pressures and water quality, according to a social media post issued by the district. An earlier message encouraged consumers to discard ice produced during the advisory and clear a cycle of water from automated dispensers including their refrigerator.

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