York County Residents Asked To Boil Water After Rock Hill Water Main Break
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ROCK HILL, S.C. — Several schools and colleges in York County canceled classes after a large water main break spilled millions of gallons of water Wednesday afternoon.

A boil water advisory remains in effect for most of York County.

“Due to a 24-inch water main break at the Rock Hill water filter plant on Cherry Road, we ask York County and municipal water customers to reduce water use as much as possible while crews work to isolate the problem,” the City of Rock Hill posted on Facebook.

Water main break in York County repaired; boil water advisory still in effect until Friday

Several York Co. schools, businesses, government offices closed Thursday due to major water main break

York County Residents Asked To Boil Water After Rock Hill Water Main Break

 



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