Boil water advisory lifted in D.C., Arlington

Officials lifted the boil water advisory Sunday morning in Arlington and Northwest D.C.

Officials have lifted a boil water advisory in Arlington County and parts of Northwest D.C., two days after a water main break sent residents scrambling for clean water.

The advisories lifted at 9 a.m. Sunday. Officials advise that people who didn't use water prior to the advisory period should run cold water taps for 10 minutes prior to use.

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The advisory went into effect after a water main broke near Chain Bridge Road on Friday morning.