SMITHFIELD, Pa. - Three hundred residents at the Strickland Estates in Fayette County have been without water or with little water for 12 hours as of 10:30 p.m.
Owner Tim Strickland said Mountain Water Association contacted him on Monday morning about a water main break that would interrupt service.
Strickland said the water company said it would have the water back on by noon. At 10:30 p.m., residents were still waiting for service to be restored.
The owner told Channel 11 he had concerns of pipes breaking and significant damage being done with sub-freezing temperatures.
The water company confirmed the break and told Channel 11 it was working on restoring the water.
300 residents in Fayette Co. without water, with little water for hours…
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