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2 lanes of N. King Street in Chinatown remain closed as crews repair road

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 10:30 a.m. HST, Dec 07, 2012

Motorists are advised to use alternate routes today as crews work to resurface the roadway after a water main break at 135 N. King Street.

Police have closed the two far-right Diamond Head-bound lanes of North King Street between Kekaulike and Maunakea streets. Road repair and resurfacing is expected to continue throughout the day, officials said. 

Water service has been restored the the eight customers who were affected by the break.

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allie wrote:
Ben was right: fix your water and sewer systems then build a real rail that serves more people with up to date tech. But you all did the opposite.
on December 7,2012 | 05:29AM
toomuchpilikia wrote:
Your right! The Hawaii mentality is...That's the way we have always doni it!
on December 7,2012 | 09:07AM
sailfish1 wrote:
So what's new about a water main break, sewer line break, or electrical outage? These things happen all the time in Hawaii.
on December 7,2012 | 06:13AM
mcc wrote:
Another one???? Our infrastructure is crumbling, our sewer bill is higher than our water bill. We are asked to cut back on electricity. More sewerge spills. Why in the worl are we wasting our tax dollars on a train?
on December 7,2012 | 07:40AM
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