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Waterline break near Cry Baby Hill causes residents to be without water for hours

Posted at 4:20 AM, May 03, 2019
and last updated 2019-05-03 06:05:40-04

TULSA — City of Tulsa crews are working on a major waterline break near Cry Baby Hill that will cause some residents to be without water for several hours.

Crews said the three-inch break stretches from South Jackson Avenue to South Guthrie Avenue and 12th Street to 13th Street.

About 100 people from Jackson Avenue to Guthrie Avenue will be without water for the next eight to 10 hours, crews said.

Crews said the roadway is shutdown except to residents who live in the area.

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