A boil water advisory for a Jacksonville neighborhood has been lifted.
The city says tests show no contamination in any water samples, so Thursday's boil water advisory is lifted.
A water line ruptured on Commons Drive North and caused a loss of pressure within the water system, prompting the precaution measures.
A broken water line in Jacksonville has prompted a boil water advisory for a portion of the city.
Those businesses or homes on Commons Drive North, between Grantham Lane and Alta Vista Loop, and all of Grantham Lane, Alta Vista Loop, Baymeade Court, Corolla Court, Deloss Court, Murville Court, Newhan Lane, Pactolous Drive and Pantego Court should boil their water before human or pet use.
The city says a water line was ruptured on Commons Drive North and caused a loss of pressure within the water system.
No contamination has been confirmed, but the boil advisory is just a precaution. Tests will take at least 24 hours before the advisory can be lifted.
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