UPDATE (11:46 a.m. on Sunday, Feb. 5): City officials say that they have finished flushing water lines in St. Albans.

They say that any discolored water should be gone.

ST. ALBANS, WV (WOWK) — According to Metro 911, officials in St. Albans, West Virginia, say they are in the process of flushing their water lines.

City officials tell dispatchers the problem with discolored water should be fixed by now.

Officials say dispatchers should tell citizens to run their faucets if they report water problems. Dispatchers say they did not get reports about the water other than from officials.

Dispatchers say the city tells them the water is not a danger to the public.

13 News is reaching out to St. Albans officials for more information.