By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — PWSA has lifted a precautionary flush and boil advisory for several Western Pittsburgh neighborhoods on Sunday.

The following neighborhoods now have safe water to drink:

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  • Crafton Heights
  • Duquesne Heights
  • Elliott
  • Mount Washington
  • Ridgemont
  • West End
  • Westwood

The agency has said it has tested the water and found no evidence of contamination.

People who have not used their tap water for a few days should run their tap for a full minute before using it for cooking or drinking, PWSA says.

The advisory was originally issued after a 16-inch water main break happened on Grace Street Friday night.