Part Of Greendale Road In Lexington Temporarily Closed Due To Water Main Break

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 10/23/2013 12:45 am
A section of Greendale Road in Lexington was flooded Tuesday afternoon after a contractor hit an 8-inch water line, according to Kentucky American Water Company.

KAWC said customers in the area would not be affected.

No boil water advisory was necessary.

Repairs are expected to be made on Wednesday, according to the water company.
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