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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A flush and boil water advisory has been lifted in three Pittsburgh neighborhoods.

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The advisory was issued in portions of Hazelwood, Swisshelm Park and Greenfield on Saturday due to a water main break in Hazelwood.

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About 2,000 households were affected.

The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority completed two rounds of water quality testing over the weekend and did not find any evidence of contamination.

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The PWSA says the water in the impacted area is now confirmed to be safe to drink.