Parts Of Huntington County Still Under Water Advisory

By Jake Perrone - 21Alive
By Rachel Martin - 21Alive

January 12, 2014 Updated Jan 12, 2014 at 6:47 PM EST

HUNTINGTON, Ind. (21Alive) – Huntington County officials say a sample of water tested safe, but are continuing to ask to residents to abide by the boil water advisory.

Multiple water advisories remain in place for residents in Huntington County.

Authorities say the bitterly cold weather earlier this week caused multiple water main breaks throughout Huntington County.

One break happened in the Norwood district in Huntington.

Officials say they plan to run another test to make sure the water is safe. Based on the second test's results, officials say the water advisory will likely be lifted Monday morning.

Another water main broke in the town of Warren, which is also in Huntington County.

Officials in the town of Warren are asking residents to conserve water until they can locate the break.

Officials say the system is being monitored on a 24-hour basis, but warn an additional alert could be issued at any time.

If you experience water pressure problems, Warren residents are asked to call the town's utility manager at (260) 375-3424.

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