UPDATE: With nearly 35,000 customers affected by a water main break in Chattanooga, many people and organizations did what Tennesseans do best; offer help and aid when possible, looking out for others.

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A voluntary boil water advisory for Tennessee American customers was issued as a precautionary measure as the low water pressure can introduce bacteria into the water system. Customers for other water utilities should check with their provider.

The WWE Live event scheduled for tonight at UTC's McKenzie Arena has been postponed to January 19, leaving some fans disappointed.

 The ACT test scheduled for Saturday at Red Bank High School is in the balance, with a decision on the test expected by 11:00pm.

Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke weighed in Friday afternoon.

Nearby fire departments, such as the Tri-County Fire Department, were poised to assist with mutual aid.

The Tennessee Valley Authority pitched in to help fill Chattanooga Fire Department tankers trucks with water should a need arise.

The high-profile re-trial of a man accused of a 2012 murder finished early. The jury is sequestered, but other courtrooms, county and city offices closed for the day.

A news conference held Friday morning described the water main break as a potential "multi-day event."'

 Gallon jugs of water were quickly sold out, with some empty shelves at the Red Bank Food City.

Hamilton County Schools dismissed early, giving kids and teachers a jump start on the weekend.

Tennessee American Water shared a map of the outage area, called a Red Zone, that had no or low water pressure.

 The Channel 3 morning FastCast started the day off giving some folks the bad news: no shower this morning.