Water main break disrupts traffic in Atlanta; update

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ATLANTA — A water main pipeline break that began Friday on a heavily trafficked Atlanta street is causing significant disruptions, pushing many into a boil water advisory area; here’s what residents need to know.

When did the water leakage start?

It all started just after 8 a.m. Friday, when an incident occurred in the Vine City neighborhood near the intersection of Joseph E. Boone Boulevard NW and James P. Brawley Drive.

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What are officials saying about how it started?

Atlanta Watershed Management Department He said the water main break occurred when three different lines merged, causing a large amount of water to flood different areas of the city. This disrupted water supply and reduced water pressure in a large part of the Midtown/Downtown areas.

When will water break heal?

There is no timeline as to when things will get better.

Who is being affected by a water main pipe break?

These disruptions have caused widespread interruptions in water service, and many homes are left without a reliable water supply.

Boil water advisory still in effect

A boil water advisory is still in effect for the city, following a recent water main break. Residents are reminded to boil their water for at least one minute before using it for drinking, cooking or brushing their teeth to avoid potential contamination. The advisory, implemented as a precautionary measure, will remain in effect until water quality testing confirms the supply is safe to drink.

RELATED: Boil water advisory issued for large area of ​​Atlanta after water main pipe breaks

Breakage of water supply main line is affecting business

Businesses in the area, including restaurants and retail stores, are still experiencing water shortages, severely impacting their operations. Customers are advised to contact individual businesses for updates on their status.

Related: Here are the businesses affected by the massive water main pipeline break in Atlanta

Megan Thee Stallion’s Atlanta show rescheduled due to water break

Megan Thee Stallion fans, who were eagerly awaiting her performance last Friday, are still waiting for news of the rescheduled concert date. No new date has been announced yet. Concert-goers are urged to hold on to their tickets and stay tuned for official updates from the event organizers.

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