Officials: Water OK to use, drink in Neville Township

Officials in Neville Township, Allegheny County, have issued a warning to residents to not drink their water due to a backflow in the water system of approximately 2,000 gallons.
Officials said the content of the backflow was determined to originate from a fire suppression system.
The "Do Not Use Notice" has been lifted, but a "Do Not Drink Notice" is now in effect.
Bathing, hand washing, making ice, brushing teeth and washing dishes is not prohibited.
Water will be available at the Neville Island Fire Department on Grand Avenue.
Officials also said not to boil, freeze or filter the water since the content of the backflow is currently unknown.
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