NORTH ST. LOUIS COUNTY- A precautionary boil order has been lifted for parts of north St. Louis County after a water main break.
Missouri American Water said a 20-inch water main broke, causing a drop-in water pressure. 16,000 customers are affected Saturday.
As of Sunday, the advisory had been lifted after water quality test confirmed the water was safe for drink consumption
The affected area included parts of Bel-Nor, Bel-Ridge, Breckenridge Hills, Charlack, Hanley Hills, Overland, St. John, Sycamore Hills, Vinita Park, Vinita Terrace and Woodson Terrace.
The affected area ran from Page Ave to the south. Edmundson Road and Wengler Road to the west, Natural Bridge to the north and the Vinita Park/Vinita Terrace.
MoAW has lifted the boil advisory in St. Louis County, issued Sunday night. Water quality tests completed this morning confirmed that the water is safe for consumption. It is no longer advised that customers in the affected area boil their water before drinking or cooking..
— MO American Water (@moamwater) June 11, 2019