WORCESTER (CBS) – The boil water order has been lifted in Worcester.
The Department of Environmental Protection put the order in place for the entire city after a 30-inch water main broke Monday afternoon near Worcester State University.READ MORE: Major Winter Snow Storm With Blizzard Conditions Possible Saturday
The pipe was repaired Tuesday, but residents have been without water, or had issues with rust or low pressure.READ MORE: Coronavirus In Massachusetts: Today's Developments
The break also caused a disruption of the water supply to the Elm Hill and Woodland water districts in Auburn, the town of Paxton, and corporate parks in West Boylston and Millbury.MORE NEWS: Wednesday's Child: 12-Year-Old William
Worcester State announced Wednesday afternoon that classes would resume Thursday morning.