DAVIS JUNCTION, Ill. (WTVO) — Residents in Davis Junction have been advised not to drink from the water supply without boiling it first, the Village announced on Friday.

The Village said a boil order was in effect immediately.

“Bring all water to a boil or use bottled water until further notice. Let it boil vigorously for 2 minutes. Let water cool before using. Pre-boiled or bottled water should be for drinking, brushing teeth, washing vegetables, washing dishes, making infant formula, all food preparation and consumption, and making or using ice,” the Village said in a statement.

Residents in portions of Davis Junction have been without water since Friday. due to a broken water main at the corner of IL-251 and IL-72, which drained the water system into nearby wetlands, the village said Saturday.

On Sunday, the Village said one of two water samples sent to the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency had come back clear, but must wait 48 hours after all samples come back negative for contaminants before lifting the boil order.