60K still without water after storms – WDTN.com

60K still without water after storms - WDTN.com

City of Dayton, Ohio on Twitter: “Water Update: We started filling the high pressure area this afternoon. We expect by early evening customers in the high area will see gradual improvements in their water supply. Please continue to boil your water. We are still under a boil advisory.”

An organization that specializes in finding missing people has been brought in to help located a 71-year-old woman missing since Memorial Day.

An Endangered Missing Adult Alert has been issued for Catherine Clayburn, 71, of Dayton, who left her residence on Memorial Day and has not returned, according to the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office.

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Elderly Dayton woman with dementia hasnt been seen since tornadoes hit

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MONTGOMERY COUNTY — UPDATE (May 29): The Dayton city and Montgomery County water systems have been restored to full power and the water pressure is expected to increase throughout the system Wednesday night. However, the boil advisory remains in place, officials said at a news conference from City Hall.


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