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Aliquippa water main break disrupts service in Beaver County

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Sunday, June 22, 2014, 12:24 p.m.

The Aliquippa Water Authority brought in a contractor Sunday to help fix a broken water main in Aliquippa that disrupted water service there, in Raccoon and Potter and parts of Hopewell.

The break occurred on Tyler Street, and the Aliquippa Water Authority had to shut water off to drain lines to address the problem, said plant operator Don Anderson. He said he did not know the cause of the break, how many people are affected or how long it will take to fix it.

Stefanik Industries, based in Center in Beaver County, is helping address the problem.

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