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The Philadelphia Water Department issued a boil water advisory Sunday night for parts of West Philadelphia

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According to CBS News, The Philadelphia Water Department says a boil water advisory was needed due to a failed pumping serving station in West Philly just after 3:45 p.m. It caused a loss of water pressure in the area and left some residents without water, city officials said.

Here are the neighborhoods being impacted:

  • Wynnefield Heights
  • Wynnefield
  • Overbrook Farms
  • Green Hill Farms
  • Overbrook
  • Overbrook Park
  • Morris Park
  • Parts of Carrol Park, Haddington, West Parkside and West Fairmount Park are also being impacted.

The Following ZIP Codes are expected to be impacted.

  • 19151
  • Parts of 19131
  • Parts of 19139

Residents are strongly advised to bring water to a boil. Let the water boil for at least one minute, then let the water cool before using.

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