Water Main Break
Water department crews have shut down a 48-inch water transmission main that flooded the streets of a Philadelphia neighborhood early Wednesday morning.
Philadelphia fire officials were using boats to evacuate residents from the area around 21st and Bainbridge Streets in South Philadelphia where a water main broke shortly after 9 p.m. on Sunday.
The break occurred near Swede and Township Line Roads in East Norriton.
The break was reported at 9:38 a.m. in the 3400 block of West Chester Pike in Newtown Square.
A water main break has closed a section of Main Street in Manayunk.
Crews are working to repair a water main break in the Hunting Park section of Philadelphia Thursday evening.
Traffic remains delayed in Northeast Philadelphia following a water main break early Saturday morning.
Officials in West Deptford Township, Gloucester County are repairing a water main break that happened early Saturday afternoon.
The Philadelphia Water Department is working to repair a water main break that took place Saturday evening.
A water main break in a Southwest Philadelphia neighborhood sent water shooting approximately 40 feet into the air early Thursday morning.
There are several detours after a major water main break in West Philadelphia Friday morning. The break has closed 38th Street in University City, between Walnut Street and University Boulevard.
A massive water main break at Marshall and Thompson Streets caused all kinds of headaches in North Philadelphia early Tuesday morning.