State Of Emergency Declared After Masontown Water Main Break

MASONTOWN (KDKA) – A state of emergency has been declared for Masontown, Fayette County following a water main break on Saturday.

The break has yet to be fixed and crews do not know how long it will take to repair it.

However, the break has been isolated and crews hope that water service can be restored by Monday.

In the meantime, water buffaloes and bottled water are available at the Volunteer Fire Department on Washington Street.

The state of emergency affects 3,200 people.

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