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Boil advisory lifted in Allen Parish

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ALLEN PARISH, LA (KPLC) -

The boil advisory issued Monday for some customers of the West Allen Parish Water District has been lifted.

An official with the water district said the advisory was issued after a water main on La. 190 was broken. Water pressure has been restored to the area, and water lines were flushed after repairs were made.

Water samples were collected and sent to the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals, who deemed the water safe to drink.

The affected area included customers along La. 190 between Reeves and LeBlanc, as well as those on the following roads in Leblanc: Snooky's Road, Geeter Parker Road, Will Gilley Road, Double G. Farm Road, Jim Parker Road, Gety Up Lane, White Road, Megan Lane, Raymond Austin Road, Martin Tram Road, Methodist Camp Road, Retreat Road, Gene Bell Road, Ray Johnson Road, Gill Road, Huckleberry Road, J. Potter Road, Sand Pit Road, Radio Tower Road, Bouie Road, Mayhaw Lane and Walker Road.

For more information, contact the West Allen Parish Water District's office at 337-749-2589.

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