BEAVER COUNTY, Pa. - Residents of four Beaver County communities were still without water Saturday after a water main break Friday afternoon.
According to the Aliquippa Water Authority, the break occurred on Tyler Street in the city of Aliquippa, affecting nearly 2,300 customers in Aliquippa, Hopewell, Raccoon Township and Potter Township as of Saturday morning.
Those impacted by the water main break are dealing with no water or low water pressure, the water authority said.
Water is being provided to people at the Raccoon and Potter township fire halls. Residents can also obtain water by filling containers at the water authority plant at 120 Hopewell Ave. in Aliquippa.
Residents within the city of Aliquippa who do have water service are being asked to conserve water as crews work to restore service.
More than 2,000 customers affected by Beaver Co. water main break
Report: Admitted drug dealer caught in stolen car
Metro Atlanta man set to cash in on extremely rare baseball card
Third Hernandez suicide note addressed to inmate, lawyer says
Todd Chrisley and his wife owe the state nearly $800,000, documents say