water main break
Officials have shut down a section of Rosa Parks Avenue in southwest Detroit after a broken water main turned the road into a “sheet of ice.”
Officials searched for a third day Monday for the source of a water main break that’s been draining 10 million gallons of water a day.
Officials are searching for the source of a water main break that’s draining 10 million gallons of water a day.
A shutdown of the park hasn’t happened in a long time, dating back to the East Coast Blackout of 2003.
Detroit Water crews turned off the water to a broken water main, which helped ease the extensive flooding and allowed traffic to resume.
A small water main break in northwest Detroit is causing big problems for motorists.
“You can hear the water, it sounds like it’s an ocean,” reported WWJ’s Laura Bonnell.
Crews worked all night long to clean up after a water main break on Detroit’s west side, although it looks like little progress has been made.
A neighborhood on Detroit’s west side is dealing with massive flooding after a water main break.
A number of cars, SUVs and even a fire truck have gotten stuck in a huge water main break on Detroit’s east side.