ELIZABETH, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — A water main break in Elizabeth, N.J. sent brown water running through nearby streets Monday morning.
City officials said a 10″ water main gave way near Spofford Avenue and Edgar Road.READ MORE: Exclusive: Whistleblower Alleges Queens Company Ordered Health Clinic Workers To Over Dilute Doses Of COVID Vaccine
Firefighters shut down streets in the area and were checking buildings for water pressure.READ MORE: Unruly Passenger From Upstate New York Forces JetBlue Flight To Be Diverted
The Liberty water company is working to fix the break.
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