Bossier City issues water boil advisory

Bossier City issues water boil advisory
Bossier City has issued a boil advisory as a result of low water pressure due to repairs to a main pipeline along Vanceville Road.

BOSSIER CITY, LA (KSLA) - Bossier City has issued a boil advisory as a result of low water pressure due to emergency repairs to a main pipeline on Vanceville Road.

The advisory impacts water customers along Vanceville, Benton and Britton roads, Autumn Creek and Flowerbrook Street, says a notice from the city.

Accompanying the notice is a map that identifies the area impacted as running along Benton Road, extending north of Flowerbrook Street and including segments of Autumn Creek and Vanceville Road.

(Source: City of Bossier City)

Crews began making the repairs Thursday morning and are expected to complete the work by 5 p.m.

The advisory is a precaution, not a boil order, and pertains only to water that people consume, the statement says.

The advisory recommends that those in the affected area boil their water for a minute before consuming it.

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