DUNBAR, W.Va. (AP) - West Virginia American Water says it has repaired a transmission main break that disrupted service to about 25,000 customers.
The company is asking affected customers to limit all non-essential water use while it restores service.
The break occurred Tuesday evening on a 36-inche main in Dunbar. It left customers in parts of Cabell, Kanawha, Lincoln and Putnam counties without water service or with low water pressure.
A boil water advisory remains in effect. Water distribution sites have been set up for affected customers.
West Virginia American Water said this morning that it doesn't know when service will be restored to all customers because it can't predict demand on the water system.
Water distribution sites are currently available at Andrew Jackson Middle School in Cross Lanes, Dunbar Plaza,West Virginia State University, Nitro High School, West Side VolunteerFire Department in Saint Albans, Eleanor Tech Center, Winfield Courthouse,Buffalo Fire Department, Poca Fire Department, Hurricane Fire Department,Bancroft Fire Department and Culloden Fire Department. Customers should bring their own containers to fill.