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Lane of Farrington Highway reopened after main break

By Star-Advertiser Staff

LAST UPDATED: 07:18 a.m. HST, Jul 12, 2014

The Board of Water Supply is repairing an 8-inch water main break at 87-561 Farrington Highway between St. Johns Road and Manuulaula Street. 

The water main break was initially reported at 4:05 a.m. and initially closed a lane of traffic. The lane reopened by about 5:30 a.m.

Because the broken water main is about 25 feet off of Farrington Highway,repairs are not expected to result in any lane closures. 

One customer is without water service and a water wagon was sent to the scene.

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mcc wrote:
Ho humm, another one. Give Board of Water executives another bonus.
on July 12,2014 | 04:48AM
false wrote:
One person is not without water- this is a condominium complex - 61 units are without water.
on July 12,2014 | 09:07AM
false wrote:
25 feet off of Farrington? It is about 3 feet - right inside the entry to the condo complex.
on July 12,2014 | 09:15AM
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