There's another boil water advisory for Pamlico County residents.
The latest effects everyone on Goose Creek Island, including Hobucken and Lowland.
The county says water customers in those areas are experiencing low water pressure and outages because of work moving water lines for bridge repairs on Highway 304.
It's anticipated that water service will be restored Tuesday, but after that customers should boil all water for human consumption for at least one minute. Officials say once water is restored and lines flushed, water samples will be tested to see if the water is okay to drink without the boil advisory.
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