SEELYVILLE, Ind. (WTHI) – UPDATE: Officials report the boil order has been LIFTED for Seelyville Water Customers.
A boil order has been issued for the town of Seelyville.
That’s according to Town Manager Brent Spier.
He says the order has been put into place due to a water main break that happened on US Highway 40 on Monday.
The manager says Seelyville Waterworks customers are advised to boil their water for at least five minutes for disinfection purposes.
He says that should be done before drinking or cooking with the water.
This boil order is in effect until further notice. News 10 spoke with the Seelyville Water Department and as of Wednesday morning the boil order is still in place.
When the boil order is lifted, we will be sure to let you know.