The intersection of Newark St. and Harrison St. in Hoboken.
NEW YORK (FOX 5 NY) - A boil water advisory remains in effect for residents of Hoboken after a large water main break left many people with little or no water pressure. Officials said part of the city could remain without water service until after Thanksgiving.
A water main ruptured Sunday morning on the city's border with Jersey City. It continues to cause issues throughout Hoboken.
SUEZ Water North Jersey says residents should boil for at least one minute any water that will be consumed. Water doesn't have to be boiled for showering or washing dishes or clothes.
The city says the water company is working to fix a broken valve.
Road closures in southwest Hoboken will remain in effect.
Numerous water tankers have been deployed so residents can get clean drinking water.