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Posted at 2:10 PM ET, 08/19/2010

Water restored to most in McLean

By Washington Post editors


Water has been restored to all but three homes in the McLean area after a water main break Thursday morning. Fairfax Water spokeswoman Debra Bianchi said crews continue to work on repairing the break and that service should be restored to the remaining customers later today.

Water main break affects McLean
8:40 a.m.

Hundreds of homes in Fairfax County are without water following a water main break.

The 12-inch water main burst early Thursday in the McLean area and is disrupting service to homes from Springhill Road east to the Capital Beltway and from Lewinsville Road north to Georgetown Pike.

Fairfax Water spokeswoman Jeanne Bailey tells WTOP-FM that the break is affecting a couple hundred homes.

Crews are working on repairs.

-- Associated Press

By Washington Post editors  | August 19, 2010; 2:10 PM ET
Categories:  Virginia  
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