PORT ST. LUCIE − A leak in a water main Friday resulted in about 3,000 commercial and residential customers being placed under a precautionary 48-hour boil-water notice, according to the City of Port St. Lucie.
What happened: A contractor doing work in Tradition near Southwest Village Parkway early Friday afternoon struck a “large diameter water main,” according to the city and city spokesperson Melissa Yunas. Water has been restored after the leak was isolated.
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Impact: About 3,000 customers west of Interstate 95, east of Range Line Road, north of the Martin County line and south of Southwest Tradition Parkway are under a precautionary 48-hour boil water notice, according to the city and Yunas. The break did not cause any road issues, Yunas said.
Questions?: Those with prolonged loss of water pressure or other water-related issues can call 772-873-6400 or send an email to [email protected]
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