Miamisburg lifts water boil advisory; more than 200 residences affected

11:00 p.m Saturday, Dec. 16, 2017 Local

UPDATE @ 11 p.m. (Dec. 16)

The water boil advisory has been lifted and door hanger notifications are being distributed for residents who were affected.

The water main break was limited to residents in the area of North Heincke Road near Mary Francis Court, according to Gary Giles, city public information officer.

UPDATE @11 a.m. (Dec. 15)

A boil advisory in effect for Miamisburg remains in effect.

Those under the advisory will receive a second door hanger notice when the boil advisory expires.

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UPDATE @ 7:51 p.m.: The break has been repaired and service should be restored shortly, city PIO Gary Giles said.

INITIAL REPORT

A water main break on North Heincke Road, near Mary Francis Court, in Miamisburg has caused more than 200 homes and apartments to lose water service, city Public Information Office Gary Giles said. 

In a statement released minutes ago, affected residences will get a door hanger notice. The boil water advisory will be in effect at least 24 hours. Repair crews are on site. 

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A second door hanger notice will be delivered when the advisory expires. 

Heincke Road has not been closed to traffic, Giles said. 

We'll update this developing report as information becomes available. 

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