JERSEY CITY, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — A boil water advisory stays in impact for some areas of New Jersey.
The state Division of Environmental Safety issued the advisory Thursday night.
Heavy rains from the remnants of Hurricane Ida triggered harm to the aqueduct in Cedar Grove Township.
JERSEY CITY/HOBOKEN UPDATE: The boil water advisory remains to be in impact, potable water might be out there for residents all through the evening at varied places all through town. We thanks on your endurance.
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— SUEZ Water NJ (@SUEZwaterNJ) September 3, 2021
SUEZ Water mentioned Friday that emergency crews have accomplished repairs to the aqueduct, however the boil water advisory nonetheless stays in impact till additional discover.
Clients might be notified when the order is lifted.
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