Following an accident on a water main that left one worker dead, a boil water order remains in effect for Providence Village in Denton County.

Last Thursday, two construction workers servicing a water line in the community were injured after being trapped around midday. Both workers were hospitalized, with one man, identified as Jesus Perez Vasquez, succumbing to his injuries. Vasquez’s family told NBC 5 DFW that the 29-year-old had just been married three months prior.

“From 7 to 11 we were texting each other. Never did I think that would be the last. I don’t have the right words for how I feel,” said Maria Vasquez, the construction worker’s wife.

Following the tragic incident, work resumed on the water. In the meantime, Providence Village Mayor Linda Inman offered cases of bottled water to impacted residents as issues with water pressure are expected to continue.

While water has been restored to sections of the city, residents have been advised to boil it for two minutes and let it cool before using it for drinking, cooking, or making ice.

“Please be advised, once water pressure is restored to the system, a boil water notice will be in effect until further notice for all Town of Providence Village water customers. This does not impact residents of Providence Village on the Mustang SUD water system,” the city said.

Updates about the boil water notice can be found on the Providence Village website. As of January 28 at 4:45 p.m., the city dashboard said they are awaiting the latest results of water quality tests submitted earlier today before announcing the removal of the notice. The city says residents can expect an alert update on January 30 after the results have been obtained.