Water line break near Edgeworth school closes portion of road
A portion of Meadow Lane in Edgeworth is closed after a water main break Friday afternoon.
Meadow Lane from Quaker Road to Orchard Lane is closed, and could have an effect on routes used to access Edgeworth Elementary School, Quaker Valley School District spokeswoman Tina Vojtko said.
The line broke around 1:30 p.m.
“Parents may need to use an alternate route for pick-up this afternoon,” Vojtko said in an e-mail.
The school is unaffected by the water main break.
“Other than the inconvenience of the road closure, (there are) no changes to dismissal,” Vojtko said.
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