CASSELBERRY, Fla. – A boil water advisory is not needed after a water main broke early Friday morning in Casselberry.
The city posted on Twitter around 4:30 p.m. that service had been restored to the affected area and there was no need for residents to boil their water before using it.
The water main break that occurred in the Tanglewood subdivision off of Ridge Dr. and High St. has been restored by Public Work’s staff. Water is now restored to the area that was affected. A precautionary boil water notice is NOT needed.— City of Casselberry (@Casselberry_FLA) December 17, 2021
Crews with the Seminole County Fire Department and Casselberry Public Works responded to the break around 8 a.m. on Ridge Drive.
The public works department was in the process of shutting water off to the area by 8:16 a.m., firefighters tweeted.
By 10:00 a.m., the street was seen by Sky6 with much less water than there was when crews first arrived, yet some personnel were still there.
SCFD Battalion 2 and crew on scene this morning for water main break in Casselberry on Ridge Drive. Casselberry Public Works in process of shutting water off in area. Stay tuned as most likely boil water notice. pic.twitter.com/QQZDibIq4I— Seminole County Fire Department (SCFD) PIO Media (@scfdpio) December 17, 2021