Boil advisory lifted in Kettering

ajc.com

UPDATE @ 1:18 p.m. (June 6):

A boil advisory in Kettering has been lifted and the all clear given to residents who were impacted, according to a spokesperson for Montgomery County Environmental Services.

UPDATE @ 7:15 p.m. (June 4)

A boil advisory affecting a couple blocks around Storms and Shroyer roads in Kettering has been extended through Tuesday.

ExploreDOWNLOAD OUR FREE NEWS APPS FOR THE LATEST BREAKING NEWS

All affected residences will receive door hangars notifying them when the advisory is lifted, said Brianna Wooten, spokeswoman for Montgomery County Environmental Services.

During a boil advisory, vigorously boil all water used for drinking, cooking and oral hygiene.

FIRST REPORT

Montgomery County Environmental Services issued a boil advisory affecting a couple blocks around Storms and Shroyer roads in Kettering.

The boil advisory went in to effect around 3 p.m. Friday and will last at least 48 hours. All affected residences received door hangars, and will again receive a door hanger once the advisory is lifted.

During a boil advisory, vigorously boil all water used for drinking, cooking and oral hygiene.

For more information, call the Environmental Service  24-hour emergency number at 937-781-2678.

ExploreWHIO INTERACTIVE RADAR