A water main break affecting 40 to 50 homes in Northeast D.C. has caused repair crews to cut off water in the area.
The break, reported at around 3 a.m. Wednesday, occurred at the corner of South Dakota Avenue and Randolph Street.
DC Water told WTOP over the phone that repairs were finished around 6 p.m. Wednesday evening. South Dakota Avenue was closed between Perry Street and Shepard Street for most of the day.
⚠️ Crews are still working to make repairs. The updated ETA for repair & service restoration is an additional 5 hours⚠️. https://t.co/CQH1OVVHlf
— DC Water (@dcwater) December 11, 2019
Below is the location of the water main break.
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