POLISH HILL (KDKA) — Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority announced Sunday that the flush and boil advisory for areas of Polish Hill has been lifted.
The precautionary advisory was originally announced by PWSA on Thursday after a water main break affected around 400 households. PWSA said that there is no evidence of contamination after testing and water is safe for residents to drink.READ MORE: Residents Get Married At UPMC Asbury Heights Senior Living Center
The precautionary flush and boil advisory in Polish Hill is lifted. Customers can return to normal water usage.Turmoil Continues Following Administrative Changes At Sewickley Academy
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PWSA said it recommends residents run their taps for one minute before using it to avoid risk from stagnant water.MORE NEWS: Allegheny Co. DA Zappala Suing State Attorney General Josh Shapiro Over Opioid Settlement
“We recognize the inconvenience of having to flush and boil water. However, the advisory was issued in an abundance of caution to ensure the safety of our water and customers,” PWSA said in a release.