PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) -- State health officials have lifted boil water orders on two systems in Charlestown, but several remain in place in other towns.
Michael's Shell Station on Post Road and the Charlestown Early Learning Center on Old Post Road were both under boil water orders because of no pressure low pressure in their systems. Officials with the Rhode Island Department of Health said that loss of pressure could make water systems vulnerable to contamination.
Nineteen boil orders were issued after Hurricane Sandy; four of those are still in effect. They are:
- Carousel Marketplace in Charlestown
- Wolf Rock Country Kitchen in Exeter
- The Village on Chopmist Hill in Glocester
- YMCA Camp Fuller in Wakefield
The Department of Health says efforts are underway to correct the problems with those water systems as soon as possible.