Estill County Boil Water Advisory Issued

Contributor: Ellen Bryan
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Updated: 1/11 8:57 pm

The Estill County Water District has issued a boil water advisory tonight for several areas.

They include: andHill, Rockaway Rd, Sulpher Wells, Webb Rd, Lincoln Farm, Blue Run, Drowning Creek Rdg, O’Possum Run Rd, Tucky Lane, Blackburn Rd, Rice Station, Whispering Woods, Winston Rd, Turpin Rdg, Hwy 52 from Substation, Conrad Estates, Maupin Hill, Newton Circle, Lower Red Lick Rd up to Brad Mansfield, Hoys Fork, Lower Dug Hill to Jr. Newton, Reges Rd, Low Gap, all of Crooked Creek, Round Mtn, Church House Hill, Stacy Lane, Pea Ridge.

If you live in this area, crews said you will need to boil your water until further notice.

They’re not sure how long the advisory will be in place.

If you have any questions, call  606-723-3795.

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