Water Main Break
For the third time in a week, an aging water main bursts in Baltimore, flooding streets and shutting down roads.
“Back to normal” may not come for a few more weeks for a string of businesses on Charles Street after a massive water main break this week.
Two days after a 5 feet water main break flooded Charles Street, crews are still working to get things fixed and cleaned up.
A huge water main break at a major intersection in North Baltimore is disrupting business and travel.
Department of Public Works crews are hard at work repairing two large water main breaks, both in Northeast Baltimore.
The Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission says a water main broke in Largo, knocking out service to more than 200 customers.
A Baltimore Public Works spokesman says a busy downtown street closed by a water main break has reopened.
Public Works officials say replacement of water mains near the Inner Harbor, one of which broke last month, disrupting traffic for weeks, is complete.
Three more weeks. That’s how long before Light Street will likely reopen downtown.
The Baltimore Department of Public Works (DPW) announced on Friday that there was a water main break inside the sinkhole that has closed Monument Street between Bradford and Montford streets.
What is happening to Baltimore streets? First, a major water main break near the Inner Harbor. Now, a sinkhole near Johns Hopkins Hospital shuts down more roads.
Crews are busy fixing the broken water main that turned parts of downtown Baltimore upside down, but there are still plenty of headaches.