Power Restored after Outage Threatened Water Supply in Progreso
UPDATE (5/30): Systems are back to normal in Progreso and surrounding cities after a power outage threatened water supply for several hours Tuesday night.
Residents were urged to conserve water because the Military Water Supply Company had to operate its water plants on generators.
No water interruptions were reported.
PROGRESO – A power outage is threatening the water supply in Progreso.
Military Water Supply customers are being asked to conserve water.
General manager Ramon Rosales tells us the power could be out until 3:00 a.m.
He says customers that should conserve water are in the areas of Progreso, Progreso Lakes, Santa Maria, Bluetown, Santa Ana and South Alamo.
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