The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority has issued a precautionary flush and boil advisory for some streets in the Brighton Heights and Marshall-Shadeland neighborhoods.
The authority says the advisory is due to low water pressure after a 16-inch water main broke 2 a.m. Monday.
While the main has been fixed and water pressure has since been restored, PWSA says it's procedure to issue a water advisory out of caution.
A searchable map of the affected areas is available online.
Water buffaloes are available at the intersection of Brighton Road and Woods Run Avenue, 1519 Orchlee Street and 2384 Central Avenue.
In a press release, PWSA said that there will be no water service until 1 a.m. on July 24th on Brighton Road (Woods Run Avenue - Acacia Lane) and Harbison Avenue (Brighton Road - 3340 Harbison Avenue).
This post was updated at 7:40 a.m. Tuesday, July 24, 2018.