It’s happened again. A water main break cripples mid-town Baltimore, flooding streets and shutting down roads. It’s one of three water mains to break in less than a week.
A water main break is impacting a community college and hospital in Baltimore County.
The 5 feet in diameter water main that broke under North Charles Street is still causing havoc with flooding and forcing nearby roads to shut down.
The Baltimore Department of Public Works (DPW) said repairs being undertaken on the part of the water main on York Road that broke on Thursday will restore water to the 43 businesses and residents that had been without service since the break.
A 16-inch main broke on Kirk Avenue in Northeast Baltimore just before 11 Wednesday night. Water got into some basements in the area.
Water main mess. Crews are starting the work to fix a broken water main that brought downtown Baltimore to a screeching halt.
An early morning water main break has closed parts of York Road in Cockeysville.
A water main break has closed a road in Baltimore County.
In the basement of Clifford Marshall Van Buren’s Middletown home, which serves as his private recording studio, are three drum sets, a keyboard and analog and digital synthesizers to mix music, some weight benches and a pool table.
Authorities say an elementary school in Fort Washington is without water on the first day of school following a water main break.
Crews have finished repairing a 30-inch water main in Upper Marlboro after a break caused the road to collapse and create a sinkhole, but crews are still working on the roadway.
Crews are repairing a 30-inch water main in Upper Marlboro after a break caused the road to collapse and create a sinkhole.