Boil Water Advisory issued for part of Lincoln County

source: mgn online

LINCOLN COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) – Officials say a Boil Water Advisory has been issued for some McKinney Water District customers in Lincoln County.

Officials say the advisory is for those customers located on KY Highway 1778, the South Fork area. They say this affects 70-80 customers.

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All affected customers should boil all tap water to be used for cooking, drinking and ice making for at least three minutes until further notice. Allow boiled water to cool before using.

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