UPDATE: 5/11/2018 3:42 p.m.
Shasta County, Calif.—The boil advisory for Shasta County Castella area water is rescinded.
It is no longer necessary to boil or treat the water before using.
The system leak has been repaired and pressure has been restored.
Testing indicated that the water is safe to drink.
Shasta County, Calif.--Shasta County residents in the Castella area are advised to boil their water before drinking it.
The Public Works Department says a leak drained a portion of the main line and the water system lost pressure.
Repairs are underway but the department says it's necessary to boil your water before drinking it until testing deems it safe.
Testing should be completed by Friday.
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