DETROIT – The cause of a water main break on Detroit’s east side impacting homeowners is being investigated.
Bryan Peckinpaugh, an official from the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department says the water main break was reported late Friday.
After sending an investigator to look into the issue, the DWSD scheduled to get repairs started Saturday morning. Crews are scheduled to arrive soon and work on getting water off the street.
The water is reportedly about 10 inches high over the curb and impacting several homes on Laing Street near Kelly and Morang Avenue in Detroit. The area was more heavily flooded Saturday morning than it was Friday.
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