100,000 Michiganders remain under GLWA's boil water advisory following Saturday's water main break

ROCHESTER, MI (WXYZ) — It's not safe for more than 100,000 people across metro Detroit to drink their tap water.This comes as the boil water adviso...

August 21, 2022
4:14 AM

ROCHESTER, MI (WXYZ) — It's not safe for more than 100,000 people across metro Detroit to drink their tap water.This comes as the boil water advisory remains for four counties in Michigan state.On Sunday, Governor Gretchen Whitmer declared a state of emergency for Lapeer, Macomb, Oakland, and St. Clair counties to ensure that residents get the help they need while the tainted water gets cleared.RELATED: Whitmer declares state of emergency for Lapeer, Macomb, Oakland, St. Clair counties following water main breakMarsha Giera of Rochester, an area still under the boil water advisory says this has been a humbling experience.

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