TULSA - A City of Tulsa spokesperson says a 12-inch waterline break closed part of Mingo Road Saturday morning.
City spokesperson Kimberly MacLeod says traffic signals have been affected, but crews have reopened at least one lane of traffic in each direction.
A 4-way stop sign has been placed at the intersection of Mingo Road and 41st Street South until the traffic signal can be repaired.
"City of Tulsa crews will work in shifts until the water line break is repaired, which could take 12 hours or more," MacLeod said.
We will have more information here at kjrh.com as it becomes available.
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