PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Crews responded to a 16-inch water main break in Mt. Washington Saturday afternoon.

It happened in the 300 block of Virginia Avenue in front of WM Slater and Sons Funeral Home.

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According to the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority, the water has been shut off and some residences and businesses in the area have either low water pressure or no water.

A boil water advisory will be in place for Ridgemont, Westwood, and Elliott

WM Slater and Sons Funeral Home Director David Donis said the break happened around 3:30 Saturday afternoon, and water began rushing into the funeral home.

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“The water just started coming up out of the ground,” he said. “I was outside here, walked inside, heard water running and didn’t think anything of it, then all of a sudden, just water pouring against the building.”

Donis said there were about 6 inches of water in the building, and they will likely have to move a Monday funeral service to a different location.

“We have a lot of water on the inside, and we just called a service to help us clean up on the inside,” he said.

Donis and a neighbor both said they had water.

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A searchable map for the Boil Water Advisory is available on PWSA’s website.