PETERS TOWNSHIP, Pa. - Water was spewing out from under a road in Peters Township on Wednesday after a water main break.
The break occurred along East McMurray Road, slowing traffic in the area as water rained down onto the roadway and passing vehicles.
According to a spokesperson for Pennsylvania American Water, a contractor struck a transmission line late Tuesday night.
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Approximately 100 Penn American customers are still experiencing low or no water pressure. The company hopes to have those issues resolved before Thursday morning.
A water tanker will be available at the Peters Township Municipal Building on E. McMurray Road for anyone who needs water. People will have to provide their own containers.
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