Water main break closes 100 Street

Water to the area around 100 Street and 100 Avenue will remain shut off as crews work to repair a water main break, the city says.

The water main broke sometime during the afternoon on May 10, the city said in a press release. It's caused 100 Street between 100 Avenue and 99 Avenue to be closed until the emergency repairs are complete, the city says.

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City crews began repairs overnight and will remain on site until the break is repaired.

Water to the area around 100 Street and 100 Avenue will remain off until the repairs are complete. There may be additional temporary water shut-offs in other areas as the repairs are completed.

There is no estimated time of repair available.

Updates will be posted to the city's Facebook page.

The city is reminding residents to slow down around workers and obey all traffic signs. It asks motorists to avoid the area, if possible.

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