Water Main Breaks Reported in West Hartford, Plymouth and Danielson

Crews all over the state are combating cold weather and the effects it has on pipes.

Nineteen homes were without water Saturday morning after a water main break on Cassilis Road in West Hartford.

MDC officials said the 8-inch main was installed in 1948 and shut down around 6:30 a.m. Saturday. It was repaired as of 12:23 p.m.

Crews also repaired a water main break on Burnham Road in West Hartford. There were 13 homes affected when main was shut down at 9:30 a.m. Service was restored as of 4:30 p.m.

Connecticut Water crews were also busy. 

Crews responded to a break on Main Street in Terryville Saturday.

Police said a possible break was first reported around 5 a.m. when residents in the area of 101 Main Street called in complaining of no water service. Connecticut Water and police began canvassing for a break and found it near the intersection Main Street and Makara Street.

There were 20 customers affected. 

Another 25 customers in Danielson were affected by a water main break on Reynolds Street.

Water main breaks and burst pipes are common during periods of cold weather. For the latest on the forecast, click here.

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