PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A water main break shut down a stretch of busy Walnut Street in Shadyside overnight.
According to the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority, about 20 properties were affected by the break. Crews were hoping to have water service fully restored to everyone around 7:30 a.m.READ MORE: Pittsburgh-Area Families Can Contribute Mementoes Of Loved Ones For Gun Violence Memorial Project In Washington, D.C.
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Officials in Shadyside said repair work was already scheduled in that area, and during those repairs the break happened.
It shut down both sides of Walnut Street near the Apple store, between Belfonte and Copeland Streets.MORE NEWS: Indiana County High School Student Arrested For Allegedly Assaulting 2 Teachers
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