CHARLOTTE, NC Local Charlotte News – A ‘boil water’ advisory has been lifted in Charlotte following a water main break of historic proportions that occurred earlier this week, Charlotte Water announced Wednesday morning.
“Charlotte Water customers can use drinking water as normal,” the department announced via Twitter.
The break occurred near the 1400 block of Remount Road. The affected area included anything north to Brookshire Blvd. and I-85, anything east to W.T. Harris Blvd. and Monroe Road, anything west to the Catawba River, and anything south to the state line.
According to Charlotte Water, residents will needed to boil their water for the next 48 hours “as a precautionary measure.” Charlotte Water will provide updates when the advisory has ended.
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