Boil water advisory repealed for SJWD customers after water main break

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SJWD Water District

UPDATE: The boil water advisory has been repealed, according to the SJWD Water District.


SPARTANBURG COUNTY, S.C. (WSPA) – Startex, Jackson, Wellford, Duncan Water District announced a boil water advisory Monday following a water main break on Lightwood Knot Road.

SJWD Water District said customers on Lightwood Knot Road from Highway 417 to Brushy Creek Road and Cunningham Road, Alberta Ct., Georgia Queen Drive, Tut Ct. and Kingsboro Ct. should boil their water for a minute before consuming it until further notice.

Any ice made during the advisory should be made from water that has been boiled the district said. Dishes should be washed in boiled water as well.

The water district said the line was repaired by 5:30pm and that tests are being done to determine when the boil water advisory can be repealed.

Anyone with questions about the advisory should contact SJWD Water District.

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