Water Main Break in South Fort Worth

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    Firefighters and water crews responded a major water main break in South Fort Worth on Saturday afternoon. (Published Saturday, Jul 13, 2013)

    Firefighters and water crews responded a major water main break in South Fort Worth on Saturday afternoon.

    Water flooded parking lots and the interstate access road at East Felix Street at Interstate 35W around 5:30 p.m. on Sunday. There were no immediate reports of injuries. The water was shut off at 6:15 p.m.

    Repairs Continue on Massive Dallas Water Main Break

    [DFW] Repairs Continue on Massive Dallas Water Main Break
    Dallas utility crews continue to work to repair a 7-foot water main that broke Monday morning at the corner of White Rock Road and Lawther Drive. (Published Monday, Jul 1, 2013)

    The water main break came on the seventh day in 2013 for Dallas-Fort Worth to see temperatures at or above 100 degrees. According to NBC 5 Meteorologist Remeisha Shade, Saturday was the fifth day in a row to see triple-digit temperatures.

    This is the latest in several water main breaks around North Texas this summer. A major water main break near White Rock Lake turned some Dallas streets into raging rivers on July 1.

    Water Main Break Shoots Up 50 Feet

    [DFW] Water Main Break Shoots Up 50 Feet
    A water main break early Wednesday morning sent water cascading in the air in the 8600 block of Skillman Street. (Published Wednesday, Jul 3, 2013)