A boil water advisory for parts of Pamlico County has been lifted.
It started last Wednesday when a water line broke on Highway 306. The county says water samples from several locations within the impacted areas show no coliform bacteria contamination.
Residents are being told they no longer have to boil their water before using it for human consumption.
A water line break in Pamlico County has forced a boil water advisory.
The break, on Highway 306 North, started around noon Wednesday and officials don't know how long the outage will last.
People in the affected areas will experience low or no water pressure.
After the water is restored, customers are being advised to boil all water for human consumption for one minute.
Areas affected include Highway 306 North, Mill Quarter Rd, Lucynda Ave., Robin Rd., Paul Farm Rd., Sky Ln., Rebecca Rd., Baker Ave, Sandy Lane, Van Dr., and Vernon Rd.
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