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Water line break closes Mt. Lebanon High School for Thursday |

Water line break closes Mt. Lebanon High School for Thursday

| Wednesday, December 11, 2013 4:45 p.m

A water line break has closed Mt. Lebanon High School for Thursday, officials said.

The break occurred in an old water line beneath Horsman Drive, but appeared to be unrelated to a major renovation project at the school, said district spokeswoman Cissy Bowman. Contractors from the school construction crews will replace the pipe, she said, which was scheduled to take place later during the renovation process. Water service for the new athletic wing was unaffected, and the broken pipe did not damage any property, Bowman said.

Classes at the high school were cancelled and the high school will be closed to all students and staff Thursday, but the repairs were expected to be completed in time for all activities scheduled after 3 p.m. — including the school’s Holiday Show — to continue as planned.

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