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Monday, Aug. 11, 2014, 4:45 p.m.
 

Customers of the Fairchance Borough Water Department in Fayette County are under a boil-water advisory until further notice after a water line break Friday.

A tape-recorded message on the department's emergency line advised that customers should boil water “as a precaution” until further notice due to the break, which has been repaired.

The department services a 3.5-square-mile area in the borough and Georges Township.

Repeated attempts to reach department officials for comment Monday were unsuccessful.

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