Tucson Water crews working to fix northeast side water main brea - Tucson News Now

Tucson Water crews working to fix northeast side water main break

(Source: Tucson Water) (Source: Tucson Water)
(Source: Tucson Water) (Source: Tucson Water)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - Tucson Water crews are working to fix a water main break on Tucson's northeast side.

Officials said Snyder Road and Boyd Lane, between Kolb and Sabino Canyon, is closed until the fix is complete.

They said between 100 and 150 services were affected when the water line broke around 11 a.m. Free bottled water is available on the northwest corner of Snyder Road and Mayfair Circle.

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