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Cape Girardeau boil water advisory lifted

(Source: City of Cape Girardeau Municipal Government) (Source: City of Cape Girardeau Municipal Government)
(Source: Don Frazier/KFVS) (Source: Don Frazier/KFVS)
(Source: Don Frazier/KFVS) (Source: Don Frazier/KFVS)
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO (KFVS) -

A water main break in the 1400 block of North West Boulevard put approximately 70 households under a precautionary boil water advisory on Wednesday, October 5.

The boil water advisory has been lifted.

The area affected the 1400-1600 blocks of North West End Boulevard, the 1400-1500 blocks of Carter Street, 1300 block of Westhill, 1400 block of Ozark, 1400-1500 blocks of Ripley Street, and one home on Wayne Street.

If you have questions on whether or not you are affected, contact the City of Cape Girardeau Municipal Government.

For more information, contact the Cape Water Division at 573-339-6357.

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