Boil advisory issued for parts of Bossier City

MGN Online
Wednesday, February 26, 2014 - 5:58pm

A boil water notice has been issued for parts of Bossier City.

It happened after a water line broke along a portion of Arthur Ray Teague Parkway.

The advisory encompasses the Parkway form and including Boom Town Casino south to and including the Northwest Louisiana War Veterans Home.

The advisory also includes Loop Street, Lillian Street, Robert E. Lee Street, and Diamond Jacks Casino.

The advisory is being issued due to the water pressure in the affected area dropping below state required levels while city crews work to repair a broken water main today on Delhi Street near the intersection of Hamilton Road.

Due to state regulations, whenever a boil advisory is issued, it must be made public by advising local news media.

The advisory is precautionary and recommends those in the affected area to voluntarily boil their water before consuming it until the health department can test the water.

The advisory pertains to only consumption.

The city will notify the medial when the advisory is lifted.

 

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