Centerville — Officials say water service has been restored in an eastern Indiana town after crews worked late into the night to repair several water main breaks.
Centerville Clerk-Treasurer Janice Roberts says repairs to the town's eight water main breaks were completed about 1 a.m. Wednesday. She says some parts of the 2,500-person Wayne County community still had low water pressure midday Wednesday as the town's water towers were being refilled.
Tuesday's subzero temperatures are being blamed for eight water main breaks in the town that emptied about 500,000 gallons of water from the towers.
Roberts says residents are being told to boil tap water before using it for drinking or cooking.
Residents can also pick up drinking water at the town's Municipal Building.