Boil Water Advisory For Owsley County

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Updated: 2/26/2013 2:02 pm
A boil water advisory was issued Tuesday for all water customers in Owsley County due to a water main break that supplies the City of Booneville's main water tank.

Officials said the break has been repaired, but a boil water advisory is in effect until water samples sent to the state come back okay.

Until the advisory is lifted, customers should boil all water to be used for drinking and cooking for at least three minutes.
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