Crews Work To Repair West End Water Main Break

WEST END (KDKA) – Pennsylvania American Water crews spent most of Sunday working to repair a water main break in Pittsburgh’s Westwood neighborhood.

The break in an eight-inch main happened around noon near the intersection of Poplar Street and Noblestown Road.

The cause of the break is unknown, but it left dozens of people without water.

The customers without service are mostly businesses, including a McDonald’s that had to shut down.

Water service is expected to be restored Monday morning.

Stay With For More Details

More Local News
More West End News
Pittsburgh Water And Sewer Authority


One Comment

  1. Joe T says:

    Can we please at least get the neighberbood right. This break is in the Westwood section of the city not the West End

  2. Old School says:

    Now that Patrice is gone anything that happens in Westwood. Elliott, Sheraden Esplen or Chartiers City will now be concidered The West End!

  3. Laurie says:

    They should have just given us all innertubes and we could go floating on down the road. Who needs Sandcastle!!!

  4. Jeff says:

    I hate the fact that anything that happens in Greenway is now Crafton Heights.

  5. Amy says:

    I actually saw this right when it happened, it was crazy. Water was halfway down Baldwick Road, it stopped at the creek. And you guys are soooo right, that is not the West End.

  6. JC says:

    At least KDKA is reporting it. You won’t find any mention of this on the other two news stations websites or at the PG’s.

Comments are closed.

More From CBS Pittsburgh

Play It
Get The All New CBS Local App

Listen Live