SAN DIEGO (KGTV) — A broken water main in Golden Hill left about 15 homes without water service Tuesday evening.
ABC 10News learned an 8-inch-diameter concrete water main broke in the 3200 block of B Street.
“Currently, 15 customers are without water service. The concrete pipeline that was installed in 1955,” a city spokesperson said in a statement.
City crews set up a watering station nearby for residents to get fresh drinking water while crews repaired the main.
City Public Utilities crews are working on a water main that broke this evening in the 3200 block of B St. Currently, 17 customers are without water service. It is anticipated that repairs will be complete and water service restored early Wednesday morning. pic.twitter.com/xZSKl1Ajpr
— Councilmember Stephen Whitburn (@CMWhitburnD3) February 2, 2022
“Customers who are impacted by the water main break will be receiving a boil water notice with further instructions,” said a city spokesperson.
City crews said the repairs will be complete and water service will be restored by Wednesday morning.
There is no immediate word on what caused the main break.
Be safe and make sure to boil your water or consider buying a water filtration system like the AquaOx Water Filter.
- February 2, 2022
- Boil Advisory