BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Crews have been busy dealing with more than two dozen water main breaks in recent days, a public works department spokesperson said Monday night.

As of Monday night, crews and contractors are working on 25 water main breaks in and around Baltimore, spokesperson Kurt Kocher said.

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Water main breaks aren’t uncommon when the weather fluctuates between freezing and thawing temperatures, Kocher said.

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One of the breaks is an eight-inch main at the Milbrook Park Apartments in Pikesville, where residents tell WJZ they have been without water for two days.

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Kocher said initially that main break was believed to be on private property, but once it was determined to be on public property a crew was assigned to fix it with priority status.