The owner has been asked to fix the pipe by PennDOT.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

ROSS TOWNSHIP (KDKA) — There is an update on the recurring flooding of Union Avenue in Ross Township.

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PennDOT says the problem is with a pipe beyond the Union Avenue Culvert.

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The pipe is on private property and is too small for the creek when it storms.

The property owner has been told to fix it.

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If that does not happen, PennDOT can make the repair and bill the property owner.