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Water Main Break Causing Traffic Problems

WILKES-BARRE TOWNSHIP, Pa.–A water main break caused traffic problems near a busy shopping center in Luzerne County.

For the second time this week, one lane of Mundy Street in Wilkes-Barre Township was closed while crews worked on repairs.

A spokesperson for Pennsylvania American Water said customers near the Arena Hub Plaza may have had low pressure or no water.

Crews hope to have the break fixed by Saturday night.

 

1 Comment

  • George Lamprinos

    “second time this week”. yet again, a water company in break/fix mode. Rather than infrastructure upgrades, they line their shareholders pockets. Do they ever proactively replace 100+ year old water mains? Nope. Run it until it breaks then fix it. I guess it’s better to pay the board of directors their salaries than provide the service they’re contracted to do.

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