MACOMB TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WXYZ) - The Macomb Township boil water advisory was lifted Friday, officials say.
All bacteriological testing was completed and the water has been confirmed as safe to drink.
The advisory was in effect due to a water main break on 23 Mile Road between North Avenue and the eastern township border along 23 Mile Road.
All customers, residential and commercial, along 23 Mile Road between North Avenue and the eastern township border on 23 Mile Road were placed under the advisory.
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