CHARLESTOWN, R.I. (WPRI) -- Water has been deemed safe in one more Rhode Island system, while two others are still being cautioned to boil their water for everyday use.
Health officials tell us a boil water advisory has been lifted for Carousel Marketplace in Charlestown, while those for YMCA Camp Fuller in Wakefield and The Village on Chopmist Hill in Glocester remain in effect.
Advisories were issued in 19 systems across Rhode Island after Hurricane Sandy caused low or no pressure in those systems, making them susceptible to contamination.
The Department of Health tells us they're currently working to correct the problems.
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