Boil water alert: Water tankers available to affected communities

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Pennsylvania America Water issued a boil water advisory for communities in Allegheny and Washington counties Monday afternoon.  

The advisory applies to around 100,000 customers and the estimated time frame for the advisory is 48 hours.

Water tankers have been set up at several locations to help provide residents with water.  

Following are public water tanker locations: 

  • Bethel Park Community Center: 5151 Park Ave, Bethel Park, PA 15102
  • Canonsburg Dam parking lot: McDowell Road, McMurray Pa 5317
  • Canonsburg United Presbyterian Church: 112 W Pike St, Canonsburg, PA 15317
  • Carroll Township Volunteer Fire Department: 988 PA-837, Monongahela, PA 15063
  • Cecil Township: VFW 3324 Route 50, Millers Run Road, Cecil Twp, PA  15321
  • Clairton Volunteer Fire Department: 551 Ravensburg Blvd, Clairton, PA 15025
  • Dravosburg: 226 Maple Ave, Dravosburg, PA 15034
  • Elrama Volunteer Fire Company: 17 Elrama Ave, Elrama, PA 15038
  • Hanover Township: 11 Municipal Drive, Burgettstown, PA 15021
  • Jefferson Hills Borough Police Department: 925 Old Clairton Rd, Jefferson Hills, PA 15025
  • Monongahela Volunteer Fire Department: 451 W Main St, Monongahela, PA 15063
  • Morris Township: 77 Park Drive, Prosperity, PA 15329   
  • North Franklin Twp. Fire Dept.: 565 Sylvan Drive, N. Franklin Twp., Washington, PA 15301
  • North Strabane Fire Department: 2550 Washington Rd, Canonsburg, PA 15317
  • Smith Township: Municipal Bldg., 1848 Smith Twp. State Road, Slovan, PA 15078
  • South Fayette Township Library: 515 Millers Run Rd, Morgan, PA 15064
  • South Park Township Library: 2575 Brownsville Rd, South Park Township, PA 15129
  • Upper St Clair Community & Recreation Center: 1551 Mayview Rd, Upper St Clair, PA 15241
  • Washington Mall: 301 Oak Spring Road, Washington, PA 15301
  • Washington Park: 900 East Wheeling Street, Washington, PA 15301

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The communities that are under the advisory have high turbidity levels, which means cloudiness in the water, according to Pennsylvania American Water. They said because of the high levels of turbidity, there's an increased chance of disease-causing organisms in the water. 


 

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