Water main break causing low pressure for Suez Water Mechanicsburg customers

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MECHANICSBURG, Pa. – Suez Water Pennsylvania crews respond to a water main break in Mechanicsburg.  The break happened early Friday evening along the 200 block of S. Filbert Street affecting 10 customers.

A Suez spokesperson said that it will take approximately three to five hours to repair the break. The company has to coordinate with other utilities in marking natural gas and other utility lines before digging.

The company spokesperson also said that the break should be repaired by midnight. Any customers experiencing discolored water should just run the cold water tap until the water clears.


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