UPDATE (Sept. 14, 2017 10:18 a.m.): Cal Water and the State Water Resources Control Board's Division of Drinking Water have canceled the boil water advisory that was impacting the Tejon Outlets.
Test results confirmed water in the Tejon-Castac area was not affected by a semi-trailer accident and loss of water pressure Tuesday night.
Cal Water issued a boil water notice in the Tejon area.
As a public health measure, businesses are responsible to ensure that any businesses that prepare and serve food are closed until the notice is lifted.
However, some markets will be allowed to serve pre-packaged foods.
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This is a preliminary list of impacted businesses that was given to 23ABC News by Cal Water.
Cal Water said that they have a team onsite now assessing to ensure this is a complete list of facilities and making sure that all impacted facilities are closed and following proper procedures.
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