The city says the 12-inch water line has been repaired and service has been restored, but the boil order remains in effect until further notice.
Repairs were completed last night and samples were sent to the Arkansas Health Department, in accordance with their guidelines and procedures to ensure safety and have the boil order lifted as quickly as possible once those safety standards are confirmed.
It is recommended to run water in a bathtub to allow mineral deposits to dislodge by recharging lines, and trapped air to clear.
When the water runs clear, officials say you should be able to use the sinks without debris being trapped in the faucet screen.
It's unclear at this time when the boil order will be lifted.
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