TRYON, N.C. (WSPA) – A boil water advisory has been canceled for residents in Tryon.
Town officials announced Monday that a fire hydrant accident caused residents to experience periods of low pressure and outages.
Periods of low pressure and outages can increase the potential for siphonage and bacteria in the water system, officials said.
On Wednesday morning, officials announced testing had confirmed water is safe to consume and lifted the boil water notice.
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