Some in Crossroads must still boil water

Sept. 13, 2017 at 9:57 p.m.
Updated Sept. 13, 2017 at 10:30 p.m.

About 2,500 households in the Crossroads are still boiling their water after a Category 4 hurricane made landfall on the Texas Coast.

The number comes from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.

Calhoun County and Victoria County have the most water systems under a boil water notice, with four each.

In Calhoun County, Enchanted Harbor, Port Alto HOA District 1, Sunilandings Utilities, Port Alto WSC are under a boil water notice.

In Victoria County, residents in Arenosa Creek Estates and the Estates of Sandy Hill, as well as those served by Coleto Water and the Key Road Subdivision Water System, must boil their water.

Other water systems affected by Hurricane Harvey include Cape Carancahua WSC in Jackson County and the city of Austwell, according to a TCEQ analysis published Tuesday.

More than 135,000 households in Texas are under a boil water notice after the hurricane.



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