A boil water advisory in parts of Dauphin and Perry counties is lifted

HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) —A widespread boil water advisory has been lifted for 16,000 Suez Water customers.

The boil water advisory was in effect after a huge water main break in Dauphin County, impacting four communities: Susquehanna Township, Lower Paxton Township, Penbrook, and Marysville.

The 24-inch main near Sixth Street and Linglestown Road in Susquehanna Township broke Wednesday morning, flooding the area and leaving many without water.

The incident initially affected Susquehanna Township customers and later affected water service to other customers in suburban Harrisburg and Perry County.

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