Boil Water Advisory Lifted in Northwest D.C.

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    D.C. Water lifted a boil water advisory for a large area of Northwest D.C. Friday, a day and a half after a power outage at the Fort Reno Pumping Station.

    Those affected, approximately 1,100 customers, experienced low water pressure and were asked to boil their water as a precaution beginning Wednesday evening. The power outage was isolated to the D.C. Water system.

    Water Boil Advisory Remains in Northwest DC

    [DC] Water Boil Advisory Remains in Northwest DC
    Officials say the boil water advisory covering a section of Northwest Washington will likely go into its third day -- Friday. (Published Thursday, Mar 6, 2014)

    D.C. Water waited to lift the advisory until tests confirmed that the drinking water quality met safety standards.

    The areas affected were west and southwest of Rock Creek Park.

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    [DC] DC Water Boil Advisory Likely to Last Through Friday
    A water boil advisory caused by a power outage Wednesday night will likely continue into Friday. (Published Thursday, Mar 6, 2014)

     

    Water Restored in Northwest After Power Outage

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    Water service has been restored to most of Northwest Washington, but a boil water advisory remains in effect. (Published Thursday, Mar 6, 2014)