No school again for Baltimore County students
Baltimore County schools officials say 11 schools are closed for a third day after a weekend water main break.
Public works officials say water should be restored by Thursday morning to the thousands of customers in northwestern Baltimore County still affected by the break.
The schools are closed again Wednesday because they have no water or low water pressure.
The 36-inch main broke Saturday, and repairs have been slow because it's in a remote area. Crews had to build a road and divert a stream to begin repairs.
-- Associated Press
Washington Post editors
| March 10, 2010; 10:33 AM ET
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