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CHARLEROI, Pa. (KDKA) — A water main break early Tuesday morning sent water cascading down streets in Charleroi, Washington County.

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An emergency official said the break happened around 2 a.m. in the 100 block of Lincoln Avenue, and that part of the road was crumbling.

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Repair crews on the scene said the break was in a 16-inch line.

A Charleroi municipal employee said the break was in a transmission line that connects to a nearby reservoir. The employee told KDKA-TV shortly before 5 a.m. that no customers should be seeing any interruptions in service. However, the employee said some customers living in low-lying areas may see some discoloration in their water.

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Repairs were underway early Tuesday morning.