The Pyramid Lake in Lake City, Florida is under water and is under a boil advisory for at least two more days, authorities said Friday.
The Lake City Fire Department says the lake is under boil advisory.
Lake City Mayor Brian Tarrant says the Lake City Water Utility District has not received any water from the lake.
We’re currently monitoring the situation and will make any decisions that are needed, he said.
It’s been a long time coming.
The city has not had an inflow of water from Lake Huron for the last three weeks.
It has been at a boil since March.
There are still water restrictions in place.
We can’t open the gate and let water in.
We have to get the lake under control, Tarrance said.
The lake was declared a emergency in April.
It was under water for more than four days, and the city has been trying to get water in through a series of pumps.
Water from the river that feeds the lake has been flowing into the lake since the summer of 2017.
“I’m really worried about the water,” said Lake City resident Amy Lee.
“The water is flowing down and it’s just so dark.
There’s no light.