Joshua Morrison/News On Thursday around 9 p.m. a 6-inch water main broke in the 200 block of Columbus Road, across from the Knox County Animal Shelter. The water flowed into the Dry Creek trailer park for hours as city water department crews worked to stop it. The main was repaired early this morning. As a result of the break, the trailer park was placed under a boil advisory. According to city officials, there didn’t appear to be any water damage inside the trailers.
Joshua Morrison/News On Thursday around 9 p.m. a 6-inch water main broke in the 200 block of Columbus Road, across from the Knox County Animal Shelter. The water flowed into the Dry Creek trailer park for hours as city water department crews worked to stop it. The main was repaired early this morning. As a result of the break, the trailer park was placed under a boil advisory. According to city officials, there didn’t appear to be any water damage inside the trailers.

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On Thursday around 9 p.m. a 6-inch water main broke in the 200 block of Columbus Road, across from the Knox County Animal Shelter. The water flowed into the Dry Creek trailer park for hours as city water department crews worked to stop it. The main was repaired early this morning. As a result of the break, the trailer park was placed under a boil advisory. According to city officials, there didn’t appear to be any water damage inside the trailers. Request this photo

 

 

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