Due to a temporary drop in water pressure, Detroit Water & Sewerage officials have issued a boil water advisory.
Read the statement from The Great Lakes Water Authority below:
Late this afternoon, the Great Lakes Water Authority’s Water Works Park Water Treatment Facility experienced an equipment malfunction that caused low water pressure in the facility’s service area. The Authority has addressed that malfunction and expects that normal pressure levels should be achieved within 24 hours. As a precautionary measure, GLWA is recommending that the cities of Highland Park and Hamtramck, as well as the area south of Six Mile (McNichols) and west of Conner in the City of Detroit, be placed under a boil water alert for the next 48 hours
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