Pennsylvania American Water
If you’re keeping score, there were at least five water main breaks in the City of Pittsburgh Wednesday.
A woman was injured when her car flipped and landed in a creek in Wall Wednesday morning.
It’s a hot day, a real sizzler, but some folks in Green Tree can’t quench their thirst, at least not from their faucets.
Pennsylvania American Water is asking customers to limit usage in Allegheny and Washington counties.
Officials with Pennsylvania American Water say they have now lifted a “Do Not Use” water warning in Armstrong County and issued a Precautionary Boil Water Advisory.
A geyser of water shot into the air for more than an hour in Scott Township Tuesday evening. The water main break happened along Carothers Avenue and flooded a basement apartment across the street.
Several homes are without water following a water main break in Duquesne Heights. A 12-inch line ruptured Tuesday night on West Sycamore Street.
Several hundred people were left without water in Washington County well into the night Tuesday because of several water main breaks.
Water service has been restored in Castle Shannon today after a water main break created a geyser Monday evening along one local road.
The Mon River is the water source for hundreds of thousands of Pennsylvania American Water customers. Next month, that water will be undergoing a new treatment process involving chloramine, a mixture of chlorine and a smaller amount of ammonia.
Next month to comply with new federal and state disinfectant standards, Pennsylvania American Water will begin using a blend of chlorine and ammonia called chloramine.
A muddy mess was left behind when a large water main broke early this morning, sending water downhill and into a local union building and closing a busy road ahead of the morning rush.
Officials with Pennsylvania American Water say their crews are expected to work into the evening to repair a large water main break in South Park.
More than two dozen homes are without water after a water main break in Green Tree.
An aging water main that was supposed to be replaced this week in Banksville couldn’t wait for repair crews. The line broke on its own Sunday sending thousands of gallons of water into the basements of helpless neighbors.