CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - Officials say a boil water advisory at the Charleston International Airport has been canceled.
The advisory for airport tenants was lifted early Tuesday morning, one day after a water line at the airport cracked during construction Monday.
As a precaution, drinking water fountains inside the airport were closed and passengers were encouraged to use bottled water for drinking purposes.
Officials say the boil water advisory followed a water line break that occurred during the airport construction. Repairs began after the last flight into Charleston arrived Monday night.