YORK, Pa. – Update (8:00 p.m.) The Dallastown Borough released a statement saying the water conservation alert it over.
Update (5:43 p.m.): The water emergency caused by the lightning strike is over according to a statement by the York County Public Information Officer.
The plant is running manually and expects to have Dallastown customers back to normal by Sunday morning and Red Lion back to normal later Sunday or early Monday.
Dallastown Borough and Red Lion Borough are asking residents to conserve water today.
Dallastown Borough Facebook page says, the Red Lion Filter plant, which supplies water to the boroughs, was struck by lightning on Friday. As a result, the Red Lion Filter plant cannot pump water.
The Dallastown YOE Water Authority are asking residents to conserve water until further notice.