ROSTRAVER TOWNSHIP, Pa. - A water main break caused a “widespread outage” Monday morning in Rostraver Township, according to the Municipal Authority of Westmoreland County.
The break in an 8-inch line was reported shortly after 11 p.m. Sunday on Pleasant Valley Boulevard.
Twenty homes were without water service through the morning, according to a municipal authority spokesperson.
Bottled water was available at Circle Drive and Pleasant Valley Boulevard, the spokesperson said.
Repairs were completed just before noon and crews were in the process of restoring water service to affected homes.
Water Line break on Pleasant Valley Blvd in Rostraver affecting 20 homes. 4-6 hours remain in the fix due to the complexity of the repair underground. Bottled Water is available at the intersection of Circle and Pleasant Valley. pic.twitter.com/GfZ8d2HGoa— MAWC (@MAWCwater) November 5, 2018
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