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Crews working to fix busted water main in Millvale

United Press International
| Friday, November 23, 2018 2:57 p.m
A water main break on Thursday night at the corner of East Ohio Street and Stanton Avenue was caused major damage to at least eight homes and four businesses.

A water main break in Millvale on Thanksgiving night caused flooding that affected four businesses and eight homes. While crews aren’t certain what caused the break, they haven’t ruled out weather being a factor.

The break was on the corner of E. Ohio Street and Stanton Ave., causing rushing water to cascade into homes and structures. The extent of the damage is still being determined and crews are still on the scene working to fix the broken main.

Motorists should consider using alternate routes until the work is completed.

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