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Auahi Street reopened after water main break

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 06:54 a.m. HST, Nov 17, 2011

Board of Water Supply personnel completed work to replace a broken 8-inch water main that closed Auahi Street in both directions between Ohe Street and Cooke Street in Kakaako.

A break in the 21-year-old main occurred near 742 Auahi St. around 3 p.m. and affected service to three businesses in the area, a Board of Water Supply spokesperson said. Affected customers were able to get water from a spigot placed on a fire hydrant near the intersection of Cooke and Auahi streets.

Crews completed repairs on th 8-inch pipe at about 12:20 a.m. and finished repairing the road early this morning, a spokesperson for the board said.

Workers attempting to replaced approximately eight feet of pipe were slowed by the pipe’s concrete jacketing.

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mcc wrote:
What are the vibrations from the overhead train going to do to our sewers and water mains.? Will they continue to crumble with the constant vibrations? Time to reconsider the boondoggle.
on November 17,2011 | 06:44AM
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