A 24-inch water main break temporarily shut down parts of Belair Road in Baltimore County.
Officials say about 100,000 residents in Prince George’s County should boil their water before drinking it following a water main break.
Thanks to extreme temperatures, Baltimore City kicked off the year with a record number of water main breaks, ruptures that frustrated residents and overwhelmed crews.
The state health department confirms four more cold related deaths in the last few weeks, bringing the total number this winter to 11.
Some roads remain closed because of water main breaks. The thaw-out over the last few days means more of them are rupturing.
A city cold spell caused water main breaks around town. Wednesday night, Public Works crews are battling the growing problem, even as Baltimore starts to thaw out.
Crews are working to fix a water main break in Pigtown.
It took crews several hours to fix a water main break in Baltimore County.
A water main break in the city near the Harbor Tunnel is causing a few problems.
Separate water main breaks are causing flooded roadways in northeast Washington and Montgomery County.
Crews are investigating a water main break in Baltimore.
A water main broke near the intersection of Pratt and Market Streets, sending up water through a manhole and cracks in the street.