A boil water advisory for parts of Havelock have been lifted after tests showed the water okay to drink.
A water break at Miller and Kenneth Boulevards Monday prompted the city to issue the advisory for those in the Havelock Park subdivision.
The city says tests done show the water is free from coliform bacteria.
Some residents of Havelock are being told to boil their water when it comes back on after a water break Monday.
The break happened at a main line at Miller and Kenneth Boulevards.
Residents of Havelock Park subdivision should boil their water for one minute before using it for human consumption. That area includes Beaufort Drive, Bryan Boulevard, Bryan Circle, Cherry Circle, Elizabeth Circle, Kenneth Boulevard, Kenneth Circle, and Miller Boulevard between Jackson and Kenneth.
Havelock is also asking its residents to conserve water whenever possible because of this break.
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