Water Main Break
A boil order has been extended through Sunday for a central section in the village of Ossining in Westchester County.
A water main break caused a massive sinkhole to open up on a street in Fort Lee, New Jersey Monday afternoon.
A six-inch water main broke Saturday morning at Newark and Jackson streets.
The break occurred shortly before 11 a.m. Thursday, sending water pouring into businesses on the street.
The break took place shortly before 11 a.m. Thursday.
Some homeowners in Far Rockaway, Queens were able to begin drying out their flooded basements Tuesday night, after a service line of gushing water in an abandoned house was shut off.
Buildings along 21st Street between Fifth and Sixth avenues in Park Slope lost power Monday afternoon when a manhole cover blew, which set off another fire down the block.
A water main burst in the Crotona Park East section of the Bronx Friday afternoon, leaving streets flooded and iced over.
Water poured into the intersection for hours and froze around vehicles and tires, forcing residents to dig their cars out of ice.
Students in nearly a dozen schools were sent home early Wednesday due to a lack of water.
Basements were left flooded in multiple buildings in the Garment District Wednesday afternoon, following a water line break on Sixth Avenue.
Service was suspended in both directions between Hunts Point Avenue and 125th Street for a few hours Monday morning.
A street collapsed in the Two Bridges section of Lower Manhattan early Saturday, after a water main break outside the Alfred E. Smith Houses public housing development.
About 100 customers experienced low water pressure or no water.
Crews were in the process Saturday morning of fixing a major water main break in Hoboken.