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story.lead_photo.caption The White River floods Riverside Park in West Fork Sunday June 23, 2019. - Photo by J.T. Wampler

The Washington Water Authority is asking its customers south of Farmington or Fayetteville to conserve water, according to a press release.

The request is for the area between Farmington and Prairie Grove, south of Prairie Grove; Hogeye; Strickler; Evansville; anyone south, east or west of West Fork; and all customers in the Sunset and Winslow areas, according to the Washington Water Authority’s website.

Flooding along the Illinois River washed out a water main, said Josh Moore, authority general manager. Crews are working to create a temporary repair connection.

The authority is asking customers to limit water usage to human and animal consumption

Anyone seeking further information can call the authority office at (479)267-2111.

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