Officials said residents should run their faucets for 3-5 minutes to flush out any remaining contaminated water.READ MORE: Public Memorial For Gabby Petito Held On Long Island
The state Department of Environmental Protection first issued the advisory Thursday night.
🚨🚨🚨 BOIL WATER ORDER FOR JERSEY CITY + HOBOKEN NOW LIFTED. Lab tests confirm water meets all safety standards. Read the full notification statement and @newjerseydep certification that the boil water advisory is lifted: https://t.co/DkaAPxjaib @CityofHoboken @JerseyCity @JCMUA pic.twitter.com/C6eRiXx02VREAD MORE: New Video Shows Suspects Wanted For East Harlem Slashing
— SUEZ Water NJ (@SUEZwaterNJ) September 5, 2021
Heavy rains from the remnants of Hurricane Ida caused damage to the aqueduct in Cedar Grove Township.MORE NEWS: 20th Annual Tunnel To Towers 5K Run And Walk Kicks Off From Brooklyn To Manhattan
SUEZ Water said emergency crews completed repairs to the aqueduct Friday, but the boil water advisory remained in effect through the weekend.