Boil water advisory continues for East Brunswick

Residents and businesses in East Brunswick must continue to boil water after a water main break in North Brunswick yesterday.

A massive water main break on Ryders Lane

A massive water main break on Ryders Lane has shut down roads in the area. (Credit: News 12 New Jersey)

EAST BRUNSWICK - Residents and businesses in East Brunswick must continue to boil water after a water main break in North Brunswick yesterday.

Officials say people should bring water to a rolling boil for one minute before using it for preparing foods, washing fruits and vegetables, making ice cubes or mixing formula, juices and drinks.

The affected pipe is a 30-inch main, and the primary water feed into East Brunswick. 

Emergency water tanks are in use and authorities say no one is without water, but they are asking residents to conserve.

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