PITTSBURGH - Crews with the Pittsburgh Water and Sewage Authority are working to repair a water main break in Brighton Heights.
The water main broke around 9 a.m. Friday on Sipe Street, turning the road into a river.
#PWSA on Sipe Street in Brighton Heights. Water has been shut off due to a main break. I’m getting an update from the crew on scene. More on @WPXI Channel 11 News at Noon. #wpxi pic.twitter.com/v41FUrP2wO— Erin Clarke (@ErinClarkeWPXI) June 8, 2018
The line was shut off about 45 minutes later.
The water did not appear to flood any homes, but it did create a mess.
Residents were out checking on their properties, but none appeared to have been damaged.
Channel 11 is working to find out from the PWSA when the break will be repaired. Refresh WPXI.com for updates.
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