The boil water notice that was issued for some residents in Coventry has been canceled, according to the Connecticut Water Company (CT Water).
The company issued a precautionary boil advisory for 140 customers in southern Coventry because of an issue that caused low or no pressure in the water system.
The boil advisory was in effect until the company could collect water samples from the distribution system and have them tested in the state certified laboratory to be sure that no bacteria go into the water as a result of the loss of pressure, CT Water said.
On Wednesday, CT Water said the samples collected after the water pressure was restored have come back clean and the water is safe to drink without boiling.
Anyone with questions can call the company at (800) 286-5700 or they can visit the website.