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Grappling with boil water advisory, residents on Navy system say they’re ‘not surprised’


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HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Some 93,000 users on the Navy’s water line remain under a boil water and conservation notice following main breaks Friday.

In a media availability, Cmdr. Mark Sohaney of Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam said crews don’t have an estimated time of repair but anticipate having more information by Sunday morning.

“We are moving at the speed of safety, slow as smooth and smooth as safe,” said Sohaney.

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