MARSHVILLE, NC (WBTV) - A boil water advisory is in effect in Marshville after multiple water main breaks left many residents without water over the weekend.
As of Sunday, the town said that water is back on, but Marshville will remain under a boiled drinking water advisory by the State until quality of water can be determined. The Town will advise residents when the advisory will be lifted.
According to the Union County Sheriff's Office, the Marshville Water System was repaired Saturday, after an issue caused by a water main break in the town.
However, another break later that day left residents without water once again.
The town of Marshville posted to its Facebook page Saturday, informing citizens that the water services were being repaired.
According to the town, the state recommends residents to boil their water sufficiently as a precaution to avoid sickness until otherwise advised.
The town said that water samples would be taken as soon as possible to determine water quality.
Officials advised residents to not call 911 in regards to the water issue, as the town was aware of the problem.
No further information has been released.