WASHINGTON – The Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission says it could be Thursday afternoon before 267 customers in Largo, Md. have their water service restored.
Crews are working to fix a 24-inch water main that burst Wednesday night at 603 Largo Rd. Currently, 267 customers are without water or have low pressure.
Repairs began at 9 p.m. Thursday.
WSSC says a water station will be set up for the affected customers.
For those who have low water pressure, WSSC says the water is still safe to drink.
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