TROY, Texas (FOX 44) – UPDATE: The City of Troy has announced Friday morning that the boil water notice has been rescinded.

The City of Troy said on Thursday that repairs were completed on the damaged water line, and that the City’s system still needed to replenish its stored water – which took several hours.

The City originally announced the boil water notice on Tuesday – saying it was effective for the portions of the City east of Interstate 35 and South of Main Street (FM-935).

This came due to the break in the water line, and customers were notified of the need to boil their water prior to consumption.

Areas affected were:

Kylar Street, Blayton Street, Chrislyn Street, Trey Street, Kayla Street, Coby Drive, Leah Drive, Macy Drive, E. Austin Street, Curtis Avenue, Ellis Avenue, S. College Avenue, Skyview Circle, Elizabeth Street, Steven Street, Christine Street, Debora Street, Pamela Avenue, Elliott Street, E. Main Street, Cypress Avenue, E. Bell Street, S. Central Avenue and Front Strert.

The City said water should be brought to a vigorous, rolling boil, and then boiled for two minutes. Bottled water was also available for purchase.