Water Main Break Leaves Dozens Without Water in Lackawanna County

BLAKELY, Pa. -- Crews in Lackawanna County are working to fix a water main break.

Pennsylvania American Water crews were called to Bodnick Street in Blakley just after 7 a.m. Saturday.

A six-inch main is being repaired.

There's no word what caused the break.

About 40 customers in the area are without water while the main is fixed in Lackawanna County.

1 Comment

  • George Lamprinos

    Yet again another water company acting in “break/fix” mode. Can’t invest in infrastructure upgrades to prevent stuff like this. Nope. Better to line shareholders/board of director pockets than replace the 100+ year old infrastructure. If something breaks just fix it. Don’t worry about outages. Not their problem as the shareholders all get their water from independent sources.

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