MARSHALL, TX (KLTV) - UPDATE: Repairs to the water mains that ruptured in Marshall Monday have been completed. Water is now being restored to customers.
According to a press release, the breaks occurred mainly in areas south of Pinecrest Drive, including but not limited to: Carolanne Blvd., Bergstrom Pl., and Five Notch Road and areas south of Highway 59.
The press release said if residents had little to no water pressure because of the breaks, they will need to boil any water used for consumption for two minutes, until the city provides a notice otherwise. The boil water notice only applies to those affected by the breaks.
A Bac- T water sample will be taken to Anna Lab and based on the results, boil water notices should be rescinded tomorrow.
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A college spokesperson said the campus is closed for the day due to the break.
The City of Marshall public works department is working to repair multiple water main breaks, according to a news release from the city.
The breaks occurred mainly in areas south of Pinecrest Drive, including Carolanne Boulevard, Bergstrom Place, Five Notch Road and areas south of Highway 59.
“The city is aware that customers have little to no water pressure and are working as quickly as possible to fix the issue,” the release states.
To report water pressure issues, contact the Public Works Department at 903-935-4487.