WASHINGTON — The boil-water advisory for parts of Prince George’s County that went into effect on Wednesday has been lifted.
The Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission said in a statement early Friday morning that tests of the water lines on Wednesday and Thursday came back negative for any signs of harmful bacteria.
WSSC has suggestions for customers before drinking their water again:
The advisory went into effect after a 12-inch main broke in Brandywine on Tuesday.
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