UPDATE: Niagara Falls residents no longer asked to conserve water

Niagara Falls Mayor Paul Dyster tells 2 On Your Side that the implementation for residents to conserve water has now been lifted.

NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y.-- Mayor Paul Dyster announced there is no need for Niagara Falls residents to conserve water. This following a major water main break in the Falls early Friday morning.

Dyster went on to say that the water pressure is back up to normal and fire departments are on standby.

This all comes after a series of tweets overnight asking all city citizens to implement extreme water conservation measures until further notice.

We will continue to bring updates both on air and online as we continue to learn more.

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