Boil water advisory issued for some SUEZ Water customers after water main break

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SUSQUEHANNA TOWNSHIP, Pa.–A water main in Susquehanna Township has prompted a boil water advisory to be issued for some SUEZ Water customers.

The boil water advisory is in effect for customers living in Susquehanna Township, Lower Paxton Township, Marysville and Penbrook, according to a post on the company’s Facebook Page.

The water main break on a 24-inch line happened just before 7 a.m. along Linglestown Road near Sixth Street in Susquehanna Township. Crews have been on-site and have begun making repairs. So far, no word yet on when the repairs are expected to be completed.

Numerous SUEZ customers have been commenting on the company’s Facebook page that they have been without water since the break happened earlier Wednesday morning.

 

 

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