Thomasville Times Enterprise

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July 17, 2014

Water main break floods street

THOMASVILLE — City crews responding to an early morning report of water on Blackshear Street discovered that a six-inch, cast iron water main was leaking as a result of a small crack in the pipe.

The main runs under the dirt section of Blackshear, which was flooded.

Water to the main was shut off to allow staff to replace the cracked section of pipe, affecting about 10 customers’ water service.

Repairs were completed late Thursday morning.



 

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