Update (May 3 @ 7:07 a.m.)The voluntary boil advisory has been lifted as of 7 a.m. SaturdayFirst Report (May 1 @ 12:45 p.m.)Several Hoosier Hills Water customers are being notified that a voluntary boil advisory has been issued following a water main break.According to the water company, the main broke while contractors were working near State Road 350.A voluntary boil advisory has been issued for customers on S.R. 350 from Pierceville to Laughery Creek. It is also in effect for customers on County Road 100 East and County Road 225 East.Water companies are mandated by law to issue an advisory when dealing with a water main break.“We are required by the State meaning the Indiana Department of Environmental Management, that we have to notify the customers that are involved,” said administrative office assistance Barbara Wittich at Hoosier Hills Regional Water District.“This is strictly voluntary on their part if they want to boil their drinking and cooking water. It is entirely up to them but we are required to tell them that.”Wittich said the voluntary boil advisory could last through the weekend.
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