Water Main Break In Delray Not Related To Irma, Water Safe

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DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Source: Delray Beach Police Department) — City of Delray Beach utilities workers have been working throughout the day to repair a troublesome water main break at Bauhinia Road and A1A. The break happened around 10 a.m. and does not appear to be storm-related but instead the result of an aging, cast-iron pipe. Utilities workers and Delray Beach Fire Rescue divers have tried for hours to isolate and repair the leak, to no avail. Much of the work has to be done underwater and with zero visibility.
Some city residents in that immediate area may experience water service interruptions and discolored water, though the water is safe to drink.

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