Crews repair water main break in Greenburgh

A water main break in Greenburgh along Route 9A that left dozens of residents without any water has been repaired.



Crews repaired a 10-inch water main break along Route 9A near Beaver Hill Road Wednesday afternoon.



Con Ed responded to a gas leak on Route 9A early Wednesday morning, and says that while crews were making their repairs, they hit the water main.



Officials say about 50 homes and businesses were without water for part of the day.



They say there are no health risks at this time, and residents should run cold water in the bathtub until it runs clean.


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