UPDATE: Water Boil Advisory Cancelled For Hogan Water Customers

The water boil advisory had been in effect since Wednesday morning.

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Update published Friday, January 8 at 1:20 p.m.:

The water boil advisory has been cancelled, according to Aurora Utilities Superintendent Randy Turner. 

All water samples were bacteria free. 

 

Original story published Wednesday, January 6 at 9:11 a.m.:

(Hogan Township, Ind.) – A water boil advisory has been issued for Hogan Water customers.

Aurora Utilities Superintendent Randy Turner tells Eagle Country 99.3 that pump failures in the supply from the main pump station have created supply problems for Hogan Water customers.

Areas along State Road 350 in Sparta and Old State Road 350 have low or no pressure.

A water boil advisory is in effect until further notice for those with compromised immune systems, infants and elderly.

In the meantime, efforts are being made to get the pump back into service. Water tests are also being submitted to environmental labs for testing of bacteria.

Customers will be notified immediately upon receiving results.

Anyone with questions, should call 812-926-9229.

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