Water Main Break
A water main break on the Roosevelt Boulevard caused intermittent lane closures Tuesday morning.
The incident was reported Tuesday near 33rd and Market Streets.
Five weeks after a major water main broke open spilling millions of gallons of water into a West Philadelphia neighborhood, residents of the area are still dealing with the aftermath.
Authorities say the break happened on Fox Street and Roberts Avenue Thursday afternoon.
It happened around 4:30 a.m. Sunday in the 500 block of 52nd Street at Westminster Avenue.
The six-inch water main ruptured around 1 a.m. Wednesday along the 4500 block of Regent Street.
Chopper 3 is over the scene of the water main break on the 600 block of Ashbourne Road near Rolling Green in Cheltenham.
Due to a water main break and cave in on 10th Street, between Tasker and Morris Streets, that block will be shut down until further notice, according to the Philadelphia Water Department.
Aqua America says a 10-inch water main broke on East Moreland Avenue between North York Road and North Penn Street.
The break happened around 6 a.m. and is located at Academy Road and Delsea Drive in Clayton.
Crews worked to repair a large water main break that happened overnight in Montgomery County.
The 12-inch main broke Monday along the 6600 block of Chew Avenue.
The 11-inch main broke around 2 p.m. Friday at Chew Street and Washington Lane.
It happened shortly after 9 a.m. along the 3000 block of Tulip Street.
The incident was reported around 5:30 p.m. Friday at West Ritner Street and South Lambert Street.