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Boone boil water advisory lifted

A boil water advisory was issued due to a low pressure issue affected customers in Boone.

BOONE, N.C. — A boil water advisory that was issued for the Town of Boone Wednesday has been lifted, town officials said. 

According to town officials, at around 3:00 a.m. Wednesday morning the Town of Boone experienced a water main break along King Street in the vicinity of Earthfare.

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Water Customers may experience some “banging” in the pipes when water service is restored. This is due to air that has entered the pipes. It is no cause for alarm. Also, the water may appear cloudy. This is also caused by air in the pipes. What you see are actually many tiny air bubbles. This discoloration should clear up after the water runs for a few minutes.

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