PITTSFIELD — An order by the town to boil water for consumption has been lifted.

A 6-inch water mail broke June 5 when workers started to replace a fire hydrant on Leonard Street, close to downtown, sending about 10,000 gallons of water shooting into the street.

There was no flooding to homes or businesses.

The boil-water order affected about 100 residential and business customers on Lincoln Street, Detroit Street, Hunnewell Avenue, Leonard Street and Davis Street.


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