LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) — A water main break at W Grand River and National Pkwy has caused traffic issues Friday morning, as the street is shut down to one lane.

6 News is on the scene this morning, and we are monitoring the situation.

A representative from the Lansing Board of Water and Light tells 6 News the situation is under control.

The Lansing Board of Water & Light has issued a boil water advisory for 103 customers on W. Grand River between Grove Rd. and Forest Hills Rd, including Industrial Parkway, National Parkway, John Henry Dr, S. Lowell Rd between W. Grand River and State Rd, Ingersoll Rd, Watertown Parkway, Thunder Ln and Country Village Mobile Homes.

“We know this is an inconvenience for our customers, but we want to take every precaution to ensure we’re delivering safer water,” said BWL General Manager Dick Peffley. “This is the second break in the same area, so we are working on replacing the broken section with a new main.”

The BWL is conducting water quality tests and further details will be shared after test results are received. The BWL apologizes for any inconvenience to customers.