By CBS3 Staff

NORRISTOWN, Pa. (CBS) — A boil water advisory has been lifted for thousands of Pennsylvania American Water customers in Montgomery County. The advisory was issued Monday after a water main ruptured at West Marshall and Markley Streets in Norristown on Monday morning.

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The advisory was lifted Wednesday evening after water samples collected on Tuesday and Wednesday showed acceptable test results.

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Pennsylvania American Water says the advisory affected about 33,000 customers.

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Meanwhile, businesses like Collegeville Bakery did what they had to do to get their pizzeria and bakery up and running, including using a truck to bring in 6,500 gallons of water to continue operations.